On August 30, 31 and on Saturday September 1, 2018, Goulet Motosports of Hawkesbury will be hosting its annual Bike Fest event, attracting thousands of motorcyclists in the Town of Hawkesbury.
The Hawkesbury OPP reminds you that for this occasion, Main Street from McGill to John Street will be closed to traffic on Saturday, September 1, 2018.
To ensure the safety and security of motorists, residents, visitors and participants, several officers of the Hawkesbury Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) will be present at the event.
As always, heavy traffic is anticipated during the Labour Day weekend. To facilitate the constant movement of vehicles and pedestrians in Hawkesbury, the intersections will be monitored throughout the day of the event.
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