Smoke Out Rally Is Headed Back To Salisbury For ’22

Salisbury, NC –  After reaching a deal between Flat Black Productions and The Source Media Group, the two-decade-long Smoke Out Rally will not only come back for 2022 but will return to the original Salisbury location at the Rowan County Fairgrounds. Now, with more camping and more annual events at the fairground, it would seem that the Smoke Out Rally will do well at this location again. The response proves to be all that and more, with locals and event vendors already giving overwhelming support to the announcement. Slated for September 9 & 10, 2022, the long-standing traditions of Smoke Out will not change. Everything that attendees have come to expect over the years, from the mini bike racing to the chopper show, is still intact. Some additions will be the Legacy Invitational that features original SmokeOut Builders in a 100-foot air-conditioned exhibition hall alongside one legacy builder that is a newcomer to the Smoke Out traditions. Already confirmed are Billy Lane, Paul Cox, Jeff Cochran, Bill Dodge, Donny Loos, Pat Patterson, and Steve Broyles, to name just a few.

Also new for 2022 is their charitable component titled “Tankful.”  Which will raise money through an auction of custom-painted motorcycle tank wall art. In conjunction with Ed Kerr and the Hamsters USA®, some of the top industry paint slingers will throw down their best on a half shell provided by Paughco. All tanks and will be on display throughout the Smoke Out Rally in the Legends Gallery. After the rally is over, the tanks will be auctioned off. All the proceeds will go towards the “Meals On Wheels” program in Rowan County and Spearfish, South Dakota.

While other details like the band lineup and some additional bike show info are yet to come, the big news is that Smoke Out is back. It’s in a better time of year and is headed back to the place of its former glory. Stay tuned to the @smokeoutrally on Instagram, Facebook, and of course, for more info.

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