Bikes pour into Durango for opening day of Four Corners Motorcycle Rally
DURANGO, Colo. — The Four Corners is rumbling with the sounds of motorcycles, because it is the 29th annual Four Corners Motorcycle Rally this Labor Day Weekend.
There will be 50 different events spread out over six venues across the Durango area.
The owner of the Durango Harley Davidson, Trevor Bird, says he purchased the rally back in 2017 when it was at its lowest point.
“For the last five years we have been working to bring it back, but kind of bring it back as kind of a different rally than what it used to be 20 plus years ago,” Bird said.
They are making it an event all about community, friends, and the ridescapes.
“The Million Dollar Highway is something obviously a lot of people want to come and experience and it’s an incredible experience, but what I love about the Four Corners is you go 30 minutes in any direction and you’re going to be in an entirely different landscape,” Bird said.
Bird said the rally used to draw in 40,000 people, and they hope to eventually get it back to that.