Rebel Road Charity Motorcycle Rally Returning to Downtown Muskegon July 13-17, 2022

Rebel Road, Michigan’s largest motorcycle rally, will be returning to Downtown Muskegon from Wednesday, July 13, to Sunday, July 17.


Rebel Road is organized by a small team of volunteers to raise money for the Child Abuse Council of Muskegon County. The event serves as the agency’s largest fundraiser and helps raise the money needed for the agency to provide abuse education and preventative services to thousands of Muskegon County children.

“The money raised during Rebel Road is crucial in our fight against child abuse in Muskegon County,” said Kyleen Gee, executive director of the Child Abuse Council of Muskegon County. “We are forever grateful for our volunteers, sponsors, vendors and everyone who helps us provide these services by attending Rebel Road.”

This year is set to be Rebel Road’s largest event ever with the event returning to its home on Western Avenue in Downtown Muskegon following a change to the state’s social district laws.

“We are excited to be back on Western Avenue,” said Gee. “This event helps support so many in our community, so it just makes sense that it happens in the heart of Downtown Muskegon.”

Rebel Road 2022 will include five nights of free concerts, motorcycle stunt shows, live professional wrestling, axe throwing, a free kids entertainment area, camping, cash raffle, contests, dozens of vendors, thousands of bikes and more.

Headlining the Rebel Road Miller Lite Main Stage will be Project 90 on Wednesday, July 13, Lines of Loyalty on Thursday, Las Vegas rockers Otherwise on Friday, fan favorites Wayland on Saturday, and Better Desire closing out the event on Sunday, July 17.

“This is our biggest vendor and entertainment lineup ever,” said Gee. “There will be something for everyone happening on Rebel Road in 2022.”

Rebel Road 2022 will also feature a new addition to its beverage and entertainment areas with Muskegon’s own Wonderland Distilling Co. joining the festival and releasing Rebel Road Reserve, a specially blended American whiskey. Rebel Road Reserve can be found at select retailers across West Michigan and will be available at official Rebel Road beverage and entertainment areas during the event. 

“We wouldn’t be able to put on this event without our sponsors, including our major sponsors Miller Lite and Michigan Biker Law,” said Gee. “Their generosity shows these companies truly support the work of the Child Abuse Council.”

Sponsors include Miller Lite/Twisted Tea, Michigan Biker Law, Wonderland Distilling Co., Community Choice Credit Union, New Standard Cannabis, Pure Options Precision Crafted Cannabis, Baker College, Parkland Properties, Delta Hotels by Marriott Muskegon Convention Center, Walker’s – An American Brasserie, The Mart Dock, Belasco Electric, Unruly Brewing, and Bikers Info USA.

You can find more info on Rebel Road, as well as event flyers and schedules at


Noon – Camping Opens
6pm – Live Music: Project 90 (Presented by Miller Lite)

4pm – Axe Throwing opens
5pm – Veterans Tribute featuring the veteran memorial wall and a military fly over by the Hooligan Flight Team (Presented by Michigan Biker Law)
6pm – Live Music: Lines of Loyalty, The Almas, Mud Creek (Presented by Miller Lite)

Noon-6pm – Kids’ Area Opens
4pm – Axe Throwing Opens
5 & 8pm– Motorcycle Stunt shows from Relentless Stunts (Presented by Michigan Biker Law)
6pm – Live Music: Otherwise, Grunge Radio (Presented by Miller Lite)

Noon-6pm – Kids’ Area Opens
Noon, 3pm, 5pm – Pure Pro Wrestling Live! (Presented by New Standard Cannabis)
Noon – Axe Throwing Tournament
1, 3, 5 & 7:30pm – Motorcycle Stunt shows from Relentless Stunts (Presented by Michigan Biker Law)
1:30pm – Miss Rebel Road (Presented by Pure Options Cannabis)
1:30pm – Tattoo Contest (Presented by Ink’d Therapy Tattoo Studio)
6pm – Live Music: Wayland, Coldville (Presented by Miller Lite)

9 am – Biker Church
9:30am – Live Music: Gospel Performance
Noon – Live Music: Better Desire (Presented by Miller Lite)