Motorcyclists leave town mostly satisfied

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Motorcyclists leave town mostly satisfied

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With the motorcycle rallies now in the rearview mirror local businesses are taking inventory. Ignacio Bike Week coordinator Johnny Valdez reports a slight increase in visitors to just over 25,000.
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Bob Able reports slow sales from this week’s biker rallies in Ignacio and Mancos. For the seventh consecutive year, Able, who came from Arvada, set up his Pioneer Leathers tent in the Durango Albertsons parking lot. He says this year’s sales volume is his the lowest he’s recorded in the seven years.
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A motorcyclist makes his way along Colorado Highway 172 during the Ignacio Bike Weeks Four Corners Motorcycle Rally.

Motorcyclists leave town mostly satisfied

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SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald
With the motorcycle rallies now in the rearview mirror local businesses are taking inventory. Ignacio Bike Week coordinator Johnny Valdez reports a slight increase in visitors to just over 25,000.
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SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald
Bob Able reports slow sales from this week’s biker rallies in Ignacio and Mancos. For the seventh consecutive year, Able, who came from Arvada, set up his Pioneer Leathers tent in the Durango Albertsons parking lot. He says this year’s sales volume is his the lowest he’s recorded in the seven years.
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A motorcyclist makes his way along Colorado Highway 172 during the Ignacio Bike Weeks Four Corners Motorcycle Rally.
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