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Welcome to the Wasaga Beach Motorcycle Rally

Message From The Organizer

The 2015 Wasaga Beach Motorcycle Rally has come and gone and we hope that you and the over 8,000 other attendees had a great time. Planning for next year has already begun and we’ve taken your feedback as well as our experiences from the weekend to the planning table. The 2016 Rally will see things improve including larger area, improved signage for the Vendors and more food choices spread along Beach Drive. Visit the Rally Info tab for up to date information. Riding around Wasaga Beach is busy anytime during the summer. But 2016 will see increased traffic control to help you get around quicker. Beach Drive is motorcycles only. Arrive early for the best spots. Many lots around the area as well. There are over 32 motels/hotels in Wasaga Beach. I suggest you book early and do some research. Visit sites like Trip Advisor and Kayak for visitor reviews. Register early for the Mayor’s Ride. Join Wasaga Beach Mayor Brian Smith as we tour through scenic Simcoe County and the Blue Mountains. This year, with support from J&R Cycle in Stayner and the Central Ontario ATV Club, we are raising funds for the acquisition of a new Rescue Track Vehicle that will help the Wasaga Beach Fire Department in its Rescue capabilities. Souvenirs include a limited edition t-shirt, patch and a catered, sit-down meal with healthy food choices. Finally, volunteers are the back-bone of our success. If you wish to volunteer for any amount of time, please visit our Volunteers page under the Rally Info tab. This applies to students who require community service hours. See you all in July. Regards, Mike

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