Posted: February 20, 2015
Do you live in western New York and love motorcycles? Is it still too cold for you to ride? If you answered yes to these questions, the Buffalo motorcycle accident lawyers with William Mattar Law Offices would like to tell you about an upcoming event you shouldn’t miss.
The annual Wintercycle Therapy bike show is set to take place this weekend, February 21 and 22, at the Glenn Curtiss Museum located in Hammondsport, New York. Reports from the Star Gazette say the event will kick off at 10 A.M. each day and wrap up at 4 P.M.
The event will feature showings of some of the finest vintage motorcycles in the region, including a replica of the 1907 model motorcycle that earned its maker the title of “Fastest Man on Earth” when it traveled more than 136 miles per hour. Another motorcycle that will be on hand for viewing is a bike that was built in 1915 using a rotary engine attached to the rear wheel.
The cost to attend the event is $7 and includes access to all areas of the Glenn Curtiss Museum, including exhibits featuring classic cars and airplanes.
The Buffalo personal injury lawyers with William Mattar Law Offices would like to remind motorcycle enthusiasts that attending this event could be a great way to open a dialogue about motorcycle safety. If you choose to attend Wintercycle Therapy, we encourage you to discuss motorcycle safety tips and laws with your loved ones as you make your way through the event.