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Bike show draws throngs to Chase City / June 16, 2010
The South Central Bike Fair drew more than 2,000 bikers and spectators to Chase City for a weekend of rallies, rodeos, poker runs, and a bike show.

About 60 members of the volunteer fire department and auxiliary and volunteers from the community staffed the event at that kicked off Friday with a Cruz In and live music at the pavilion.

Jason Mull, chairman, said the volunteers included four biking enthusiasts who first proposed having a bike fair 16 years ago. They are Curtis Mille, Dana Miller, Cecil Robbins, and Bryan Parks.

Mull said the bike show is the fire department’s major fundraiser.

He said more spectators attended this year but biker attendance was down, perhaps because similar events were held in Lynchburg and Danville.

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