Prosperity Social Club Announces the Dates for Its Annual Two-Wheel Roundups


Prosperity Social Club in Tremont has just announced the dates for its annual Two-Wheel Roundups, bike nights that it hosts each summer. This year’s events will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, June 7, and Thursday, Aug. 23.

“We welcome all rides — American, Euro or Japanese; all-original, custom or frankenbike; new, restored or rusting barn finds,” says owner Bonnie Flinner, who rides a 1971 BMW, in a press release announcing the event. “It’s open to everyone. Riders swap stories with fellow veterans of the road and answer questions for newbies and curious passersby.”

Flinner has partnered with Skidmark Garage, a collaborative workspace in midtown Cleveland, to host the event. Skidmark Garage owner and Wrench Against the Machine host Brian Schaffran will be on hand both nights to talk shop. Local graphic artist Jon Hicks has designed the event's colorful (and collectible) flyer.

Local singer-songwriter Thor Platter will perform at the June event, and local singer-songwriter Rachel Brown will play in August.

Dinner and drink specials include $3 P.O.C. cans and a $10 strip steak served with handcut fries. Anyone with a bike on display will be entered in a free raffle for the chance to win gift cards, T-shirts, hats and other swag.


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