If you’re in the Minneapolis Saint Paul area during the last weekend of March, be sure to drop by the Donnie Smith Bike Show & Swap Meet. You’ll be in for a Midwest biker extravaganza if ever there was one! This year’s event is proudly sponsored by Law Tigers, attorneys who ride.
Donnie Smith Bike Show & Swap Meet Event Details
The Donnie Smith Bike Show & Swap Meet in Minnesota will take place on Saturday, March 25, and Sunday, March 26, 2023, at the prestigious Saint Paul RiverCentre in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
To mark the show’s 34th year, the hosts at Dennis Kirk and Sturgis Buffalo Chip have organized an event to remember. In addition to the bike show, there will be a swap meet, various vendors, and, of course, great food and drinks.
Be sure to sign up for the many games and competitions that have become a staple for the event: The organizers will be handing out over $7,500 in cash and prizes! Spin the prize wheel, and don’t miss the performance on Saturday by Jack Knife & the Sharps Band.
Did we mention that this is the largest bike show in the Midwest? The 160,000+ square feet venue will be flooded with custom and vintage bikes, premium motorcycle parts and products, and some of the biggest stars in the biker world like Donnie Smith, John Kosmoski, Tim Remus, and Neil Ryan.
Donnie Smith was a custom bike builder whose innovations influence bike builders today, according to the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame. He was born in 1942, and grew up on a farm in Minnesota. He fell in love with motorcycles when one of his friends shared with him a Triumph.
For more details on the Donnie Smith Bike Show & Swap Meet, go to the event site or contact the organizers at midwestshowsmn@ gmail.com.
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