Restaurants, T-shirt shops rev up during Four Corners Motorcycle Rally

Restaurants, T-shirt shops rev up during Four Corners Motorcycle Rally

Specialty shops see less impact from motorcycle rally dollars
A more professionally run Four Corners Motorcycle Rally bodes well for commerce down the road, said Jack Llewellyn, executive director of the Durango Chamber of Commerce.
Robert Ekwall of Farmington, left, welcomed friends from Rock Springs, Wyoming, Archie Bingham, center, and his wife, Peggy, for a four-day visit prompted by the Four Corners Motorcycle Rally.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald

08-24-18- Durango- Nick Senti, left, Billy Chedsey, center, and Tony Parent get in practice laps before the Saturday’s Four Corners Motorcycle Rally Hooligan Dirt Race in the rodeo area at the La plate County Fairgrounds. About 60 riders were registered to race to circle track.

Restaurants, T-shirt shops rev up during Four Corners Motorcycle Rally

A more professionally run Four Corners Motorcycle Rally bodes well for commerce down the road, said Jack Llewellyn, executive director of the Durango Chamber of Commerce.
Robert Ekwall of Farmington, left, welcomed friends from Rock Springs, Wyoming, Archie Bingham, center, and his wife, Peggy, for a four-day visit prompted by the Four Corners Motorcycle Rally.
Jerry McBride/Durango Herald

08-24-18- Durango- Nick Senti, left, Billy Chedsey, center, and Tony Parent get in practice laps before the Saturday’s Four Corners Motorcycle Rally Hooligan Dirt Race in the rodeo area at the La plate County Fairgrounds. About 60 riders were registered to race to circle track.
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