PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG / WECP) – It’s that time of year when the rumble starts to kick in.
Thunder Beach organizers say this year’s rally … is gone.
âWe’re having an event, we just got a permit approved by the city manager,â said Joe Biggs, president of Thunder Beach Productions.
With the rally approved, the team are excited to move their plans forward.
And local vendors are ready for the economic boost.
“Oh my gosh this is going to have a huge impact, I mean we’re obviously tourism based and it’s going to have a huge impact on everyone, every business … and of course it’s all about tourism. motorcycles, âsaid Randy Moore, general manager of Indian Motorcycles in Panama City Beach.
The fall gathering draws crowds from everywhere.
âWe know there are a lot of people who made reservations before they were even cleared, so we knew thousands of people would come,â Biggs said.
The rally rumble takes place from October 20 to 24.
Biking is therapeutic, Biggs says.
âI just like having the wind in my head. It’s therapy and a lot of riders will tell you it’s very therapeutic for them, âBiggs said.
And with this in mind, Biggs asks everyone to watch out for the riders who will be there at the end of Octoberâ¦ and to be ready to share the road.
For more information, you can visit the Thunder Beach Productions website or the Thunder Beach Facebook page.
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