The Las Vegas BikeFest Team Will Produce The 2015 Hollister Motorcycle Rally And Beyond

hmr0From a PR. The Hollister Downtown Association of Hollister, California has selected ConvExx to produce the iconic Hollister Motorcycle Rally starting in 2015. Known as the “Birthplace of the American Biker” the Hollister Motorcycle Rally has been around for over 70 years. ConvExx is an event production company based in Las Vegas with over 40 years’ experience producing public events and trade shows. ConvExx is the same team that has produced Las Vegas BikeFest for the past 14 years and has also produced many of the top trade shows in the United States including the SEMA Show and the SHOT Show, both based in Las Vegas.

hmr2“We are very focused on bringing our experience and innovation to this great event with our sole objective being to provide bikers and vendors an exciting, fun and safe experience. We’ll be bringing in a higher level of entertainment and new attractions”, says Chuck Schwartz, Chairman of ConvExx. Joining the ConvExx team as Event Manager is Seth Doulton, who produced the Hollister Motorcycle Rally in 2007 and 2008. “Together we will produce what we expect to be a rally with a deep history within the motorcycle community with a 21st century twist”, Schwartz continued.

hmr3“We are very excited to have ConvExx on board to produce the Hollister Motorcycle Rally. With the experience they have producing Las Vegas BikeFest for the past 14 years, and their 40 plus years producing a variety of events, we feel that ConvExx will bring a breath of fresh air and renewed excitement for motorcycle enthusiasts to this iconic rally”, said Ray Pierce, President of the Hollister Downtown Association. The 2015 Hollister Motorcycle Rally will be held July 3-5 in downtown Hollister, CA.

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11 Responses to “The Las Vegas BikeFest Team Will Produce The 2015 Hollister Motorcycle Rally And Beyond”

  1. 1 Sharkey Jan 24th, 2015 at 9:30 am

    When does an “organized” ralley become a scripted event?

  2. 2 JohnyLetGo Jan 24th, 2015 at 12:01 pm

    Sharkey. Do you think that all entertainment, bands, bike shows, contests, etc their marketing and promotion are improvised. What about vendors setup? Etc. By the way it’s RALLY, not RALLEY. You made a very silly comment.

  3. 3 geewiz Jan 24th, 2015 at 12:23 pm

    we understand that the promotion company will not let club patch wearers in.

  4. 4 wtf Jan 24th, 2015 at 1:00 pm

    what does Jonnys got to do with it?

  5. 5 nicker Jan 24th, 2015 at 9:14 pm

    When motorcycling turns into “scripted entertainment” that needs to be “Promoted,” at some point it looses its connection to the real essence of motorcycling…. which is in fact “improvisation”….

    Once upon a time you got out on the road and simply prepared yourself to manage whatever happened. The objective was the journey, not the destination. And Hollister was simply a destination where there was some motorcycle racing.

    Motorcycling certainly wasn’t a Busby Berkeley production including 10 thousand clowns.


  6. 6 Rodent Jan 25th, 2015 at 12:18 am

    I wish them luck, they’re ging to need it when they find out Hollister ain’t Vegas.
    Corbin of course will run his own extremely successful venue out at the Corbin Factory.

  7. 7 Sharkey Jan 25th, 2015 at 12:23 am

    Thanks nicker; well put

  8. 8 Blackmax Jan 25th, 2015 at 11:26 am

    Right On, nicker !!!!!

  9. 9 nicker Jan 25th, 2015 at 3:33 pm

    As a man once said:

    “..Get your motor run-n
    Get out on the highway
    Look-n for adventure in whatever comes our way…”

    (hint, it wasn’t Justin Beeber)


  10. 10 Bean´re Jan 26th, 2015 at 4:40 pm

    This is great news for Hollister! Las Vegas has a great team behind them and that is what makes it so great. Can´t wait to check it out!!!!

  11. 11 Carl Jan 27th, 2015 at 8:54 am

    Go Penny
    You have my support. Best of luck.

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