Iron Horse Hotel events celebrate summer speed
The Iron Horse Hotel – located at 500 W. Florida St. – celebrates summer and speed with a viewing party for American Pharaoh's upcoming horse racing Triple Crown bid and a Bike Night event series.
First up is the viewing party, hosted on Saturday, June 6. The event begins at 2 p.m., with guests able to enjoy beverages – including a keg provided by Milwaukee Brewing Company and a speciality cocktail called a Belmont Breeze – and compete for a prize as "Best Dressed" at the party. The actual running of the Belmont Stakes will then start at 5:30 p.m., with the race live on screens throughout the hotel's lobby and outdoor dining space, The Yard.
After the viewing party comes The Iron Horse Hotel's Bike Nights, a weekly summertime showcase – sponsored by Steelhorse Law – of the city's motorcycle culture and guests' coolest rides of all varieties. The 2015 season starts at 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 11 and will continue on every Thursday through Sept. 3., featuring beer from the Milwaukee Brewing Company and food from The Yard. Entry is complimentary, while food and drink are not.
Each day also features a different brand:
- June 11: Triumph
- June 18: Chopper
- June 25: Ducati
- July 2: Ladies' Night-Stilettos on Steel
- July 9: Cook Customs
- July 16: Vintage
- July 23: Sport
- July 30: Artist Bike Night
- Aug. 6: BMW
- Aug. 13: MV Augusta
- Aug. 20: Royal Enfield
- Aug. 27: BBC (British Bike Cooperative)
- Sept. 3: Bike for Books
This year, the Bike Nights have also partnered with local organizations to benefit various charities and causes, including American Cancer Society's Relay for Life on June 11, After Breast Cancer Diagnosis (ABCD) Organization on July 2 and the Literacy Services of Wisconsin on Sept. 3.
For more information, visit The Iron Horse Hotel's website.
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