Join the MMA for its Annual State Party, the “Fall Round Up”!

Your Massachusetts Motorcycle Association invites you to Massachusetts’ longest continuously running 3-day motorcycle event! Now in its 33rd consecutive year, it is always a great time with a lot of laughs shared by everyone. Meet old friends and riders from around New England, or make new friends!

The 2015 Fall Round Up will be held Friday, September 11 through Sunday September 13 at the Heath Fairgrounds, located in the beautiful hills of western Massachusetts. Featuring plenty of room for tent camping, spaces for RV’s with water and electric connections are also available. All sites are issued on a first come first serve basis.
The weekend will feature live music by the band Ruby’s Complaint on Friday night and Bear Mountain on Saturday night. Saturday afternoon will feature various bike games such as “bite the weenie”, “potato in a haystack”, “tire toss”, “slow race”, and others. Saturday evening will include various contests involving wet articles of clothing. All bike game and contest winners will be awarded trophies!
Food and other vendors will also be onsite all weekend, and you may BYOB, but please, NO GLASS!
Weekend Admission for MMA members is $35.00, Non-Members is $45.00. Day passes are also available at $15.00 for a MMA Members or $25.00 for a Non-Member. RV hookups are $5.00 additional per vehicle for the weekend. Nighttime passes are valid from 7:00 PM ’til midnight are available for $5.00 per night. The admission price even includes firewood for your campsite all weekend!
Gates open at 9 AM on Friday September 11, 2015 and everyone must be off the premises by 12 PM on Sunday September 13. This is a great way to party with old and meet new friends as the riding season begins to wind down.
Bring your friends, but please leave the pets at home!
For more information about the Fall Round Up please contact Mike Pierce at 413-348-2830


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