To all our Timonium Motorcycle Show friends from the past 16 years:
We recently notified all of our fantastic vendors of the sad news that we will not be producing the show in 2019, and wanted to be sure to address the many questions we are getting from our loyal patrons as well. We regret to inform you that due to recent health issues that have arisen for both the original, and only, Timonium Motorcycle Show owner and promoter, Rich Kohles, as well as one of his most valuable staff members, we will not be having the show in 2019. We hope, God willing, improved health will result in our return in 2020.
In addition to this notice, we were disheartened to learn that individuals took advantage of our illness by taking over the dates for the show in 2019, and trying to pass themselves off as our show. They have fraudulently copied our Ads, Logo, Copy, Bike Entry Form and even many of our Show Photos in what appears to be an attempt to represent their show as the same high quality event that we have produced for the last 16 years. We fear the show will be a disappointment to our motorcycle enthusiast friends and want to clarify that this production is not associated in any way with our family’s hard work, our experience, our superb vendor population and our top notch productions that everyone has come to expect.
We can’t stand idly by without spreading the word of this deception to those that have been such a big part of our successful and fun-filled weekends for such a long period of time. You all have the right to know if someone is unscrupulous enough to take things that don’t belong to them and misrepresent themselves with someone else’s hard work, blood, sweat and tears for the last 16 years.
We wish all of you the best in 2019, wherever you chose to spend your hard earned money.
Rich and the REAL Timonium Motorcycle Show Staff