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Giant biker store to open in November

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  • | 3:00 p.m. September 25, 2014
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FORT MYERS — Bikers can roar into Six Bends Harley-Davidson on Nov. 8, the new motorcycle dealership scheduled to open in Fort Myers.

Six Bends Harley-Davidson will open near the intersection of Daniels Parkway and Interstate 75 on 16.5 acres. It will feature a 54,000-square-foot store that is nearly the size of a football field.

Owned and operated by Harley dealership Scott Fischer Enterprises, Six Bends will include a service center, a bike wash, a cafe, a two-acre concert venue for 5,000 people called Top Rocker Field and a 20,000-square-foot plaza where bikers can gather. A separate fire pit will also be a gathering spot for Harley enthusiasts.

Opening weekend on Nov. 8 and 9 promises live music, games, food vendors, motorcycle demonstrations, and antique cars and motorcycles on display. The name “Six Bends” refers to the number of bends on a Harley motorcycle handlebar.

Dealership owner Scott Fischer was the Business Observer's Entrepreneur of the Year this year. You can read a profile of him here.


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