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It’s All About The Ride takes fresh look at Hollister motorcycle festival

Brown Motorcycle Attorneys announce short video series promoting Hollister

Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys proudly announces the release of a series of short videos promoting Hollister – It’s All About the Ride, July 4-7, 2019.  Russbrown.com/carides.  For over four decades, the California law firm has been providing support to motorcycle sports and events, donating not only financial support but time, energy, and resources to help them succeed.

“What makes Hollister 2019 so special is that several local businesses have come together in a united effort to celebrate the reason that motorcyclists love Hollister, CA.  Why do they keep coming?  Because ‘It’s All About the Ride!’ “ says Wendy Koro, Operations Manager at Russ Brown.  “We wanted to help highlight some of the super riding, scenery, and incredible history that makes the area such a draw and so biker friendly.  It’s amazing how many younger riders don’t know what Hollister has to offer or how the ‘rally’ started…or what it has become today.”

Hollister 2019 – It’s All About the Ride is a fresh take on what makes for a fun, relaxed, enjoyable motorcycle festival with friends.  No parking hassles or tired vinyl jungle at this gathering for two wheels, just great riding, fun times and lots of things to do – in a location that welcomes & understands riders.  A sneak preview of what to expect this year over July 4th weekend in Hollister is portrayed in the video series:

Camp47 Ride at beautiful Bolado Park offers a dedicated camping experience, providing areas for both RV and old-school motorcycle-only tent camping, with Wild One’s Saloon and entertainment. Camp47 is a new way to experience Hollister rally in a relaxed setting.


Corbin Seats always puts on a great big party and fosters comradery in the industry by offering a ton of vendors (free spots), entertainment and a bike show. Innovation & quality are combined in every Corbin seat for a fascinating video


Johnny’s Bar and Grill, the Birthplace of the American Biker, is not-to-be-missed; the downtown landmark is steeped in cool biker history with food and drinks on the menu. You may think you know the history of Hollister but check out this video for the true story.


Hollister Veteran’s Memorial Center is another must-do spot right downtown with a genuine opportunity to thank and support our deserving veterans and troops. Sign the Tribute Wall, check out local bike builders, and pick up a free bandana from Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys.   We Ride, We Care, We Win…and we invite you to grab your bike, some friends, and head to Hollister July 4-7, 2019.  See you there!

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Heather Graham

I was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. I moved to California at the age of 18. Now, age 31, I have been happily married to my high school sweetheart seven years, we have one son together. In addition to being a wife and mother, I am also a college student. My interests include writing, photography, books, and films.