Buddy Stubbs revs Arizona Bike Week

Known as the "Biggest Party of Bike Week," Buddy Stubbs Bike Week Bash will rev its engines from 11 AM – 8 PM on Saturday, April, 10th in the adjacent lot north of the dealership. Miller Brewing Company and Patron are the alcohol sponsors for the event which will feature three incredible bands including Arizona favorites, Harry Luge, EastonAshe and Capital Down and the semi-finals for the Miss Arizona Bike Week Pageant.

The evening will culminate with a raffle of a 2009 Sportster 1200 Harley-Davidson®. Raffle tickets are just $10 each and may be purchased at Buddy Stubbs Harley-Davidson or online at buddystubbshd.com. Only 2000 raffle tickets will be sold with proceeds benefiting the Phoenix Harley Owners Group Charities, Inc. Entrants must be present at time of drawing to win. Complete rules are available online.

Bike Bash is also proud to boast an impressive group of vendors that will offer something for everyone, including women’s fashions, patch sewers, custom motorcycle paint and accessories outfitters, top-shelf cigars, MotorClothes only available at Buddy Stubbs H-D, Law Tigers and much more. For schedule of events and details, call 602-971-3400.

Owner and Founder Buddy Stubbs invites everyone to the event: "This year’s Bike Week Bash will be bigger than ever. I’ll be there all day, so come party with me!"

Throughout the day, Buddy will be giving tours of the Southwest’s premier motorcycle museum located inside the dealership. The museum is 3000+ sq. ft. of classic two-wheeled history with over 35 different motorcycle manufacturers and a collection of over 125 rare machines from 1903 through the late 20th Century. His tours will start promptly at Noon, 1 PM and 2 PM. Space is limited.

Following an extensive racing career, which included winning the Daytona 100 mile race in 1963, Buddy started Arizona Harley-Davidson. On July 16, 1966, Buddy Stubbs Arizona Harley-Davidson became the Valley’s only Harley-Davidson franchise. Buddy Stubbs continues to own and operate the business with the help of his two sons, Frank and Jack.