American Heat Biker Weekend October 19-21, 2012
Every year, thousands of bikers ride into Palm Springs for biker weekend. It’s actually the American Heat Palm Springs Motorcycle Weekend and a place where people can not only show off their own bikes, but learn about new trends, products and merchandise. Downtown Palm Canyon, from Amado to Arenas, is cordoned off for people to enjoy the festivities. People will be able to enjoy live music, activities for kids, merchandise, and bike competitions. There will be food, alcohol and good old biker fun.
There will also be more law enforcement on patrol. Though this event historically does not get overly rowdy, there are still more police on hand just in case. Palm Springs police will be having more officers on DUI patrol in an attempt to crack down on drunk driving. The surrounding cities will be patrolling more as well. Beware of undercover agents too. If Stage Coach and Coachella Fest in April of this year taught us anything, the police are engaging in more undercover operations to catch other activities. They are trying to crack down on illegal substances, guns, etc. by engaging in undercover operations which border on entrapment. While this hasn’t been much of an issue in years past, it is something that people should be on the lookout for this year.
We at the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache would rather people be safe than get new clients. Here are some helpful tips to make sure that your biker weekend fun doesn’t end with you behind bars.
American Cab Palm Springs: 760-322-4444
Desert City Cab: 760-328-3000
SunLine: Bus schedule
Palm Mountain Resort & Spa: 800-622-9451
Tuscany Manor Resort: 760-416-8916
Shiloh Inn: 760-320-7676
If you have any questions, please contact the Law Office of Stephanie M. Arrache. We are always available to offer advice or suggestions. And if you are arrested at the American Heat Palm Springs Biker Weekend, we are available to get you bailed out and help you through the legal maze that is a criminal charge.