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Saturday's event in downtown Rogersville attracted many interesting characters. Organizers were estimating that about 400 motorcycles were lining both side of Main Street in downtown Rogersville Saturday evening for the second annual Rogersville Bike Nite. Main Street was closed beginning at 5 p.m. and bikers were invited to park downtown and show off their hog. There was no fee to park, and free live music was included, but if you wanted to be considered for a show prize there was an entry fee payable to the Rogersville Main Street Program.Trophies were going to be awarded at the end of the night for best Stock Bike, Best Classic, and Best Paint Job.

Saturday's event in downtown Rogersville attracted many interesting characters. Organizers were estimating that about 400 motorcycles were lining both side of Main Street in downtown Rogersville Saturday evening for the second annual Rogersville Bike Nite. Main Street was closed beginning at 5 p.m. and bikers were invited to park downtown and show off their hog. There was no fee to park, and free live music was included, but if you wanted to be considered for a show prize there was an entry fee payable to the Rogersville Main Street Program.Trophies were going to be awarded at the end of the night for best Stock Bike, Best Classic, and Best Paint Job.