September 24 - 28, 2014
Reno, Virginia City, NV
Music, Metal and Motorcycles
Vibrations® 20th Anniversary Commemorative T-Shirts
are available in all sizes by request. Please click here
to contact Roadshows, Inc for ordering information. Sizes Sm through XL: $20,
XXL and larger: $25
We also have ride pins available for just $5
The shirts are black and have the 20th Anniversary
logo on the front and back.
Fritz, the photographer in Virginia City
now has his beautiful photos online. Visit his web
site to find yours!
If you like artistic event photos, visit KevinsPhoto.com
to see some beautiful
Street Vibrations® artwork.
Street Vibrations Motorcycle Festival is a celebration
of music, metal and motorcycles. Street Vibrations offers tours,
live entertainment, ride-in shows, stunt shows and more to more
than 50,000 biking enthusiasts. This event is so big, it rocks
at several locations throughout the region. Major event venues
are planned at Reno, historic Virginia City and Chester's Reno
Harley-Davidson Dealership. Rides to what Mark Twain called “the
fairest picture the whole Earth affords”, Lake Tahoe - provide
unparalleled natural beauty. Flirt with Lady Luck during poker
runs and scavenger hunts. It’s HOG heaven! Don’t miss
America’s Finest Custom Bike Builder’s Expo to view
the latest creations. Check out the Tattoo Expo for body art extraordinaire.
Swell with pride in your country at the ceremonial flag raising.
Wet your whistle while appreciating the beautiful biker babes
dancing on the bar top at the go-go bar on Virginia Street in
downtown Reno, and get some nourishment at the Hog Town Bar in
the Eldorado Plaza. Listen to loads of local bands at locations
throughout the venue. Spend some money with more than 300 vendors
and more than 15 factory rigs selling everything motorcycle and
You can register as a Street Vibrations®
participant online or at the Reno Ballroom at 4th and Center St.
in downtown Reno. Registered VIP's get an official t-shirt, ride
pin and hog tag, poker runs, scavenger hunts, VIP parties, ride-in
show, slow bike races and secured VIP parking.
A portion of the proceeds benefits the Juvenile
Diabetes Association. The event is open to all motorcycles.