The town of Laconia, NH, is usually quaint and quiet. But for a single week in June, hundreds of thousands motorcycle enthusiasts make their way to Weirs Beach to show off their custom choppers, indulge in some quality seafood and get down with their bike brethren.

In the mood for a $100 lobster pizza? How about a resort overlooking the waters of Lake Winnipesaukee? The 15,000-person town of Laconia has it all. Wanna get down and dirty with the bikers in Laconia? Check out our travel guide to find out what you can’t miss during this crazy week in June, and tune in tonight at 9|8c to watch Adam Richman join in on the madness on an all-new episode of Fandemonium.

4 Responses

  1. Kim says:

    Laconia is a great town and the Lake is gorgeous! Spent many summers there growing up and that week is definitely crazy to say the least!

  2. James says:

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  3. Rufus Douglas says:

    These motorcycles enthusiastic bring entertainment to the town Laconia which remains quite and quint usually. The Laconia is a nice place to visit but australia essay writing service especially this event in June is full of entertainment that one should not miss. Thanks for sharing the post.

  4. Bike show, like in my country Lithuania will be "bike show millenium" its very good :)

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Amanda DiGiondomenicoAmanda is a freelance blogger and considers herself a resident of both Baltimore and Washington, DC. She loves taking road trips up and down the East Coast, but looks for...


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