Prosperity Social Club to Host Bike Nights in June and August


  • Samantha Fryberger
Now in its fifth year, Prosperity Social Club’s bike night, dubbed Two-Wheel Roundup, attracts a wide array of motorcycle riders.

“You can’t help but appreciate the eclectic range of vintage euro, modern, racers, Japanese, Frankenbikes and custom built classics that line Starkweather Avenue during these free summer meetups,” says Prosperity Social Club owner Bonnie Flinner in a press release. “Small to larger social riding groups, such as the Red Ryders, often bring their very cool alt-bikes and scooters—as well as some great stories.”

Riders can also "refuel" at Propersity, which offers a mix of good eats and drinks.

“This year we’re not only offering $10 sirloin steak with fresh hand-cut fries and $3 Ballantine beer but, with the support of our friends at Sills BMW/Honda Motor Sales and Cleveland Moto/Pride of Cleveland Scooters, we’ve added trivia competitions and even a BMW biker apparel show,” says Flinner, who rides a vintage 1971 "airhead" BMW R60/5.

The 2016 Two-Wheel Roundup summer schedule is as follows:

Biker trivia contest & a BMW Fashion Apparel Show sponsored by Sills BMW/Honda Motor Sales with additional prizes donated by Prosperity Social Club and Cleveland Moto/aka Pride of Cleveland Scooters
Live music by Brittnay Reilly

Biker trivia contest sponsored by Cleveland Moto/Pride of Cleveland Scooters with additional prizes donated by Prosperity Social Club and Sills BMW/Honda Motor Sales
Live music by Michael Crowley and Brent Hopper

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