The Director of the Killington Classic announced today that Vermont's largest annual motorcycle rally will be relocated to a new central location on Killington Road, The Foundry at Summit Pond.
“It’s a gorgeous location that our attendees will love,” Event Director Christian Dutcher stated, “and enables us to centralize everything there: the stunt shows, the vendor village, field events, judging, live music and awards. The Foundry location is possibly the most attractive location in the area and is nearer to motels, restaurants, attractions and scenic Route 100. It's only a mile up Killington Road and there's lots of free parking, so we are delighted to have found it."
Chris Karr, owner of The Foundry said, “We’re excited to be named headquarters for the Killington Classic and we'll open up our grounds to this classic event for Labor Day Weekend. Our large sweeping decks overlook the pond, with geese and views of Killington and Pico peaks in the distance. It's a natural gathering spot and the riders will enjoy our excellent food and music."
Dutcher continued, "Our Saturday night dinner will be at The Summit Resort, which happens to be a stone’s throw from The Foundry. Everything just works so well at this new location.” (The mini-tours and the fireworks show will be from locations adjacent to the new HQ. The Friday afternoon parade to the party in Rutland will depart its traditional location up the hill on the Killington access road.)
Riders can preregister at http://store.americade.com/productcart/ ... ategory=50
(to save some $ and get first choice of events) or post-enter at the event and take pot luck.
For more information, phone 518-798-0858 or visit:
About The Killington Classic:
The Killington Classic is an annual event supported by the Town of Killington. It is now managed by Americade
, with assistance from many Vermont-based motorcycle enthusiasts.
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