Are you ready to ride? Kersting’s Cycle Center offers a four hour, Saturday class which goes over the basics of motorcycle riding that can help you get ready. ‘Learn to Ride” is a pre-training program for people to get acquainted with motorcycle riding before heading out on the road. Continue reading
The weather is just right for riding motorcycles. If you’re riding anyways, why not do so for a good cause? Chapter 1326 of the Kankakee Valley Harley Owners Group is teaming up with Kersting’s Cycle Center to host their annual ride for the Muscular Dystrophy Association on Saturday, July 12th. Continue reading
Speicher said the group will pray over water as a symbol before breaking into four teams, each of which will go individually through the crowd, blessing not only the machines but the riders as well. He said he hopes to have each team ask if any specific prayers are needed as they go through the crowd, giving each attendee the chance to have their own prayer.
Kersting’s Cycle Center will be celebrating its 50th anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 20 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
As part of the festivities at the business located four miles south of North Judson on Highway 39, there will be free refreshments, hourly door prizes, and music form accordionist Tom Royce and the “Monday Night Pickers” featuring owner and founder Jim Kersting.
Kersting’s Cycle Center hosted its 10th annual charity event September 8. The Motorcycle, Music and Memories event helped raise money for a number of charities, including the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Nella Kersting Memorial Scholarship.
Enjoy these pictures from the event! Continue reading
Kersting’s Cycle Center will be hosting their 10th annual charity event this weekend. The Motorcycle, Music and Memories event is a large celebration put on at the center for only one day, featuring live bands, food vendors, and a motorcycle ride in the afternoon. The event raises money for a number of charities, including the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Nella Kersting Memorial Scholarship.
Jim and Nella Kersting developed their love of motorcycles into a growing, successful family business over the span of 40 years. Nella tragically passed away in 2003 as the result of a two-vehicle crash in Pulaski County which also left Jim critically injured.
Kersting’s Cycle Center presented it’s 9th annual charity event Saturday. Jason Kersting said the Motorcycle, Music and Memories event was a success.
“It’s a big festival that we put on here at the shop and it’s only for one day,” said Kersting. “We have the food vendors come in, we had four live bands and the actual motorcycle ride took off at 1:00 p.m. ET and that ride collects donations to the MDA and it’s in memory of Nella Kersting. That raised $1,090 just from a few guys getting together to go for a ride. I know that my mother would be really honored to know that event is taking place in her name.”
It’s not unusual for people from far and wide to stop by Kersting’s Motorcycle Museum in North Judson. The Governor of the State of Indiana, Mitch Daniels, stopped in for a visit yesterday and took a tour of the most famous motorcycle museum in the Midwest and the most interesting in the United States. He was given the tour by Jim Kersting.
The annual Starke United Golf Tournament is Friday, and you can still reserve a space. Executive Director, Julie Dessauer, said yesterday that Kersting’s Cycle Center is the hole-in-one sponsor. Hit that hole-in-one and ride off on a motorcycle. Also win a $500 VISA Card, golf clubs, or T.V.
Call 772-7506 for more information. The tournament is at the Chesapeake Run Golf Course in North Judson.