Property Owner Pulls Out Of Nashville Bike Week

Festival Left Without Event Location
Posted at 5:46 PM, Jun 21, 2017
and last updated 2017-06-21 18:47:24-04

The owner of the property expected to hold the controversial Nashville Bike Week festival announced he pulled out of the event, leaving the festival without a location.

Stan Chiras of American Rebel Off Road Park released the announcement Wednesday.

"It became obvious that with the time remaining until the event date, there is no way to meet the promises made by Superflow Entertainment to its customers," he said in the statement.

He went on to offer a free stay and the facility for anyone who paid for a ticket to the event.

"You’re welcome to come and stay here at no charge," he said.

Festival organizer, Mike Leffingwell, also known as Mike Axle, was arrested on outstanding warrants out of Tennessee, Georgia and Missouri.

In court, he agreed to be sent back to those states to face charges of failure to appear, larceny and theft.


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