This weekend could prove to be hog heaven for Harley-Davidson enthusiasts.
On Friday, Carson City Harley-Davidson begins a weekend of events designed for those most passionate about motorized two-wheeled transportation.
"Spring Street Vibrations" is part rock concert, part dealer demonstration and part athlete meet-and-greet.
The fun begins Friday at the Harley-Davidson store on Research Way, with a host of events including a barbecue and an appearance by Dustin Miller, a Gardnerville resident who has been an ESPN X Games participant in motocross.
Miller will be on hand both Friday and Saturday.
In addition, the motorcycle shop will have a Harley-Davidson "demo truck" on display, showcasing Harley-Davidson goods.
There will also be an all-girl Led Zeppelin tribute band, Miss Led, on hand, a barbecue and "a killer lemonade stand guy," said Maya Keller, general manager of Carson City Harley-Davidson.
Admission to events this weekend are free, though there are fees for food and drink, Keller said.
"It's gonna be a lot of fun," Keller said. "You can expect a lot of good times, good people and good bikes. Our motto is, the party's always in Carson."
For more information, call the shop at 882-7433.
Cost: Admission is free
When: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday
Where: Carson City Harley-Davidson on Research Way off from E. College Parkway, more information call 882-7433.
Among the attractions:
• Admission is free.
• Barbecue and lemonade available for purchase.
• Miss Led, all-girl Led Zeppelin tribute band
• ESPN X Games participant, Dustin Miller, a Gardnerville resident will be on hand both days.
• Harley-Davidson 'demo truck'