Cycle-Moore, Inc. and Directed Path Productions
Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet
Saturday, April 29th, 2017
9 AM - 5 PM
hosted by the
Kaliseum Recreation Complex, Kalkaska, Michigan
"Every Brand Known to Man"
We've got a class to fit every bike...no matter if it's new, old, custom, dirt, road, racetrack, custom or stock...
Bring what you got...if you love it, so will we!
Swap Meet Vendors
from all over Michigan will be at the Trout Town Swap Meet, offering new and used parts and accessories, riding apparel, leather repair, and more!
Shop the old, the new, and the unusual!
Plus...buy or sell at the USED BIKE CORRAL!
Used Parts Vendors can set up FREE** in the
USED PARTS DEPARTMENT!
Free 10x10 spaces are limited so register early! There will also be space reserved for walk-ins with carry in items. Either way - you only pay $5 per person for admission!
General Admission $5 - Under 14 Free!
There is no extra charge to enter bikes in the
Motorcycle Show, the Used Bike Corral, or Used Parts Department! Entrants only pay general admission!
(Vendors, Bike Show and Bike Corral entrants can set up
Friday 6-10pm and Saturday 6-8:30am)
Your admission to Trout Town supports our local Veterans!
Every year we donate a portion of the Trout Town proceeds to a deserving charity. Last year we were able to support our local veterans by donating to Reining Liberty Ranch! This year we would like to to continue that support by donating $1 from each Trout Town Motorcycle Show admission to Reining Liberty Ranch. This 501C3 Non-profit provides therapeutic programs for local veterans and first responders through their GT Horses for Heroes and other programs - at NO COST!
The 2017 Trout Town Motorcycle Show is dedicated to the memory of
Marine Staff Sergeant James Barber, who was fatally injured on his beloved motorcycle in August 2015. James served two tours of duty in Iraq, and was a three time Purple Heart recipient. It was a privilege to have James judge the bike show in 2015, and we will forever miss his laugh, his hugs, his big smile, and his even bigger heart.
Rest in peace James, until we meet again. Love you brother.