TERRE HAUTE -- Hamilton Center, Inc., recently announced its second bike show "2 Wheels 4 Tomorrow," will take place from 9 a.m.-noon, Sept. 19.
Spectrum Services, the rehabilitation division of Hamilton Center, is taking registration forms for the second motorcycle show, at the Spectrum building, located in the former Harley Davidson dealership, 1616 Wabash Ave., Terre Haute.
The show will feature motorcycles enthusiasts from around the Wabash Valley and awards will be presented in a variety of categories.
This year, the show will feature the Orange County Dixie Chopper Motorcycle, which is a unique custom motorcycle that has been a hit at industry shows and at dealership open houses since it was built in May 2004. The Dixie Bike is no ordinary motorcycle, but one of an elite few built by the Teutul family of Orange County Choppers fame. It features components of the world's fastest lawnmower fabricated into one of the world's coolest motorcycle.
Since 1972, Spectrum has provided various services for adults with intellectual and other disabilities in the Wabash Valley that include day services, assessments, vocational training, employment assistance and high school transition.
Profits from the motorcycle show will directly support the programs offered for Spectrum consumers.
Registration may be made online at www.hamiltoncenter.org or by calling Spectrum Services at 812-231-8355. Registration forms will also be available at most motorcycle dealers in the Wabash Valley as well as at Spectrum Services.
Hamilton Center, Inc., is a regional behavioral health system in central and west central Indiana.
The organization offers a broad array of services during one's entire life cycle -- birth through older adulthood. Offices are located in Clay, Greene, Hendricks, Marion, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion and Vigo counties.