Smoky Mountain Bike Week, Oct. 1-4 [Fontana Dam, NC]. For more information call (828)498-2211 or visit fontanavillage.com.
Boswell’s Music City Bikefest, Oct. 2-3 [Boswell’s Harley-Davidson, 401 Fessler’s Ln., Nashville (615)256-0737]. Live music, bike show, food, and more. Visit www.BoswellsHarley.com for more information.
Devil’s Curve Bike Rally, Oct. 2-4. Grey Wolf Motorcycle and ATV campground, Briceville, Tenn. Call 423-324-WOLF or visit greywolfcampground.net for details.
Deadman’s Curve Rally, Oct. 2-4 in Pulaski. For more info, call 931-363-2411 or 931-478-0076 or visit www.deadmanscurverally.com.
Pink Thunder: A Race for the Cure, Oct. 3, at Albany Harley-Davidson [2815 Old Dawson Rd., Albany, Ga., 229-639-0035]. This cancer awareness event includes a dice run starting at 9 a.m. from the dealership; a bike and car show, with registration at 10 a.m. and judging by 2 p.m.; and a silent auction from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All profits will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Live music will be available in conjunction with Albany H-D’s anniversary celebration.
5th Annual Randy Brown Memorial Ride, Oct. 3 at Waverly City Park Pavillion [Powers Blvd., Waverly, TN]. Ride leaves at 2:30 p.m., all vehicles welcome. Free food for registered riders, music, dancing, and an auction. Contact J.C. Damesworth at (931)264-0101 for more info.
1st Annual Rutherford County Hammer Down for Habitat Poker Run, Oct. 4. Ride begins at Murfreesboro Habitat for Humanity and ends at Coconut Bay Cafe. Prayer service at 8 a.m., registration at 8:30. $20 for each hand and breakfast, $10 each additional hand.132 mile ride. E-mail email@example.com for more details.
Max’s Miracle Benefit Concert, Oct. 7. At the Blue Rooster in downtown Murfreesboro, TN. For more information go to www.cmvaware.com.
5th Annual Barber Vintage Festival, October 9-11. Birmingham, AL; 6030 Barber Motorsports Parkway. The Barber Vintage Festival celebrates the motorcycle and motorcycle enthusiasm. It offers access to motorcycles and a motorcycle parts swap meet that can help you locate that hard-to-find part. Several special programs take place in the museum during this event. Call (205)699-7275 or visit www.barbervintagefestival.com for more info.
Max’s Miracle Ride/Car Show, Oct. 10. Downtown Murfreesboro, TN, on the square. Ride starts at 10 a.m., car & bike show registration at 10 a.m. Featuring raffles, music, vendors, food and awards. For more information go to www.cmvaware.com.
Beech Lake Bike Fest, Oct. 10 [Lexington, TN]. Gates open 8 a.m., $10 admission, children free. There will be vendors, refreshments, dice run, bike games, and live outdoor concerts. Call (731)307-9100 for more info.
Will Henry’s Tavern Biker Bash & 2nd Annual Ride to Remember, Oct. 11 [1228 Rockbridge Rd., Stone Mountain, GA]. Live music, hot rods, bikes, cookout, & prizes. Call (779)279-9098 or visit myspace.com/willhenrys.
Etowah Adventure, Oct. 16-18 in Etowah, Tenn. This is the 3rd Annual Adventure Ride through the Southern Appalachians. For more information about this event, contact Rick at 423-245-5558 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.ridehsta.com.
Highlanders M.C. Smoky Mountains 14th Annual Fall Gathering, Oct. 17. Held at their Top ‘o’ the World Clubhouse in Tallassee, Tenn. Open to the public. Go to www.highlandersmc.org or call 865-981-4463 for more info.
Libby Williams-Crossen Benefit & Breast Cancer Awareness Ride, Oct. 24. Meets at Ingles supermarket in Ringgold, GA. Ride will travel 75 miles through Northern Georgia and end at The Village Sports Bar & Grill where participants will be supplied free food. Line up and registration at 8 a.m., ride starts at 10 a.m. $25 fee for registering a bike or car. Pre-registration prefered and available by emailing Libbywilliamsbenefitfund@yahoo.com. For more info, call Leisa at (706)375-7359.
Crusin’ with St. Jude, Oct. 24 [Pearson Park, Sparta, TN]. Register at 8 a.m., ride leaves at 10:30 a.m. Contact Cody at (931)657-7509 for more info.
Bama Bikefest Fall Rally, Oct. 29-Nov.1 [Hwy 43, Forkland, AL]. $30 admission includes campsites, free hot showers, and live bands. Call (334)289-5213 or visit www.bamabikefest.com for more information.