This year's Harley Rendezvous Classic will be held on Friday, June 23rd thru Sunday, June 25th, 2017 in Pattersonville, New York.
This annual three-day event gathers bikers from across the country for an old school biker party weekend. Held at the Indian Lookout Country Club (the ONLY country club exclusively for bikers), there's over 80 acres of nature reserved for camping and partying! There's trees, ponds, rolling hills and streams for fishing - so bring your tent and be ready for the party!
Though the main event is on the campgrounds, The Indian Lookout Country Club has recently added a cement landing for the vendors area, as well as the Watering Hole Bar where you can kick back and watch the events of the rally unfold on TV while having a few drinks.
There will be live regional bands playing on either of the two stages, the Great American Motorcycle Rodeo, an array of bikes to view on site, tattoo contests, a wet t-shirt competition for the ladies, a truck pull, weenie bite, slow races and many others.
The bike show's categories are antique, best paint, best v-twin, best radical, best special interest and more, so be sure to get your bike in on that.
Fees & Registration
$65.00 Charter Members
$75.00 with Invitation
After April 1st, Everyone including Charter Members and Invitation Members pay $85.00 plus tax.
All RV's and Camping Trailers $175.00
The 'Vous Rules & Conditions
No BAD ATTITUDES.
The Harley Rendezvous is "Neutral Territory"
No speeding, reckless driving or drag racing on the premises.
No weapons, knives or bike clubs are allowed.
Use the garbage cans provided for trash.
Absolutely no fireworks or open campfires of any kind.
NO ANIMALS ALLOWED.
No video cameras.
Camp spaces CANNOT be saved from time of opening for anyone. No exceptions!
No burnout boards.
Wristbands must stay on at all times. Broken bands must be returned for replacement with proof of ticket.
Absolutely no 3 or 4-wheel ATV's or side-by-sides, no unregistered vehicles or gold carts, etc.
Harley Rendezvous Classic and Indian Lookout Country Club are not responsible for any injuries that may occur from any accident at any set event.
Absolutely no glass containers, beer kegs, beer balls or excessive amounts of cans are allowed.