The Sixth Annual Colonial Beach BikeFest was a huge success! Thousands of bikers, bike lovers and music fans crowded the town during the four-day festival that centered around Town Hill and the boardwalk in downtown.
An event this large with national, and international, music acts takes a massive amount of work from all involved. Colonial Beach BikeFest runs on volunteers. Dozens and dozens of locals and part-timers, volunteer their time for the event. From security at the gates, identification checks, bartending and everything in between.
The Colonial Beach Chamber of Commerce’s Sally Adams and Susan Mack are two of the driving forces behind the event. Event founders Bryan Coffman, Steve “Smurf” Keene, and Tina Keene are still a large part of the event. Coffman’s High Tides on the Potomac was packed with live music, and people, throughout the weekend.
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A biker rolls in during the American Legion Riders #148 Veterans Appreciation Ride
that started at the National Museum of the Marine Corps Friday morning.