Rev It Up at the 8th Annual Oldest Town in Texas Motorcycle Rally April 29-30


NACOGDOCHES – Head out on the highway and find your adventure in Nacogdoches at the 8th Annual Oldest Town in Texas Motorcycle Rally April 29-30. Enjoy a weekend full of live music, Texas’ barbeque, custom bike shows, motorcycle stunts, beer gardens, scenic rides and more.
The annual motorcycle rally kicks off Friday, April 29th at the Nacogdoches County Expo and Civic Center with insane stunt shows that are sure to leave you on the edge of your seat as well as biker games to test your skills. Rock out to live musical performances by top notch Texas artists Glen Lenderman, WhoDunnit and Joey Green.
On Saturday, join in one of the coolest motorcycle parades as it winds its way through historic downtown Nacogdoches. Then sample some of the best barbeque in the South as pit masters compete in the annual OTT BBQ Cook-Off.
Experience the beauty of the Pineywoods as you wind down some of East Texas’ most picturesque back roads on the OTT Warrior Ride benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project. Go head to head with other motorcyclists in the popular OTT Burnout Competition. Catch an innovative fire show by Torch Fire Performer and see how many mudbugs you can eat at the inaugural OTT Crawfish Eating Contest. End the evening with live music by Ally Venerable, Tyler Lenius, Wes Jeans, Lance Lopez and Dean Seltzer and the Redneck Mothers.
Two day passes are $30 and may be purchased online at or at the gate. Attendees may also purchase a Saturday pass for $20 at the gate. For more information about the OTT Rally, please visit or email

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