from all the
WE'VE BEEN TO!
EXCLUSIVE PHOTO COVERAGE OF BIKER PARTIES AND MOTORCYCLE EVENTS
2008 Labor Day biker party - party before the hurricane !|
Bob rates this rally a 7/10 beer cans
The labor day biker party has become somewhat of a tradition down in southern louisiana/mississippi and even hurricane Gustav could'nt really dampen the festivities.
This one was kind of weird because the storm was headed right for it, predicted to hit land on the last day of the rally (monday). Which didn't keep a couple of thousand people from showing up on friday & sticking around until sunday morning!
It was a pretty good rally, one thing that's different from most other parties is that they have their main contest at 7pm every night. The schedule is rather relaxed, unlike many rallies that try to pack in as much entertainment as they can... but it's still good times, just a little more mellow than some of the other rallies that are all organized like a bus schedule. Of course once that evening contest rolls around you can forget all about the mellow, the place really cranks up after sundown. I guess bikers are kind of like vampires!
To bad about the hurricane Gustav rolling in and cutting a day out of the party, but what the hell most rallies end on Sunday anyways. A couple of local bands cranked out some tunes, they had two really good contests and some decent saturday afternoon biker games... all in all it was a pretty good weekend.
visit their offical web site www.labordaybikerparty.com|
AGE RESTRICTION : ADULTS ONLY. 21 or better to enter, ID may be requested.
LOCATION : Sandy Hook, MS
ENTRY FEES : $30 weekend armband. $20 tent camping fee. $20 Golf cart fee. RV hookups available, $75 for 3 days, $25 extra per day. Ice, food and other vendors on location.
CONTESTS : Wet t shirt contest, Ladies thong contest, Women's bubble wrestling
THINGS TO DO : Saturday & Sunday bike games, poker run, wet'n wild water slide, bike show, burn out contest
LIVE BANDS : Hippy Smith band, Red Line, Butch & 4DB.
BIKER GAMES - PHOTOS
BEST MOTORCYCLE PHOTOS