CANCELS CHILLICOTHE, OH SEPT 3-7, 2020
July 16, 2020 — At the direction of local health officials, we must regretfully confirm the cancellation of our September 2020 event, the Easyriders Rodeo in Chillicothe, Ohio sponsored by Old Milwaukee, Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys, and The Purrfect Angelz. This cancellation includes the Easyriders Hooligan Race Series.
During these trying and uncertain times, our thoughts go out to all those who have been or may be affected by COVID-19. We find inspiration in the outpouring of community support seen around the world, in the heroes who have stepped up to serve on the front line and those who have vowed to stay home to flatten the curve.
As we press pause and adjust to this new reality, we’re reminded of the reason we love riding: Traveling on two wheels allows the mind to slow, to take in the sights, to savor the elements, to reconnect with the self. This time of quarantine gives us the space to slow down and savor the moment, too.
This is not a time to panic but rather to be precautionary to continue to prevent the spread. We’re all in this together. Soon, we’ll find ourselves on the other side. And the road will be waiting.
In 1970, Easyriders was established as a platform for motorcycle enthusiasts to immerse in the rugged, on-the-road lifestyle championed by the counterculture movement and legendary riders. More than a magazine, Easyriders is now a lifestyle brand. In celebration of the 50th anniversary, Easyriders is expanding the brand to encompass exclusive, major-label product collaborations, insider events, and a quarterly coffee table–style book jam-packed with gorgeous photography and feature stories. With a nod to Easyriders’ roots in independence, passion, and freedom, and with newfound emphasis on international travel, design, and entertainment, Easyriders has flown full throttle into a new era.
Easyriders Rodeos were launched in 1987 in Ventura, California
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