WINCHESTER – Motorcycles are set to rumble through Winchester one final time this week.

An encore engagement of the successful Bike Night, hosted by the village’s Downtown Revitalization Committee, goes ahead tomorrow night (Thurs., Sept. 12).

Two breweries, Johnstown’s Windmill Craft Brewery and Tuque de Broue of Embrun, will be onsite, while food will be provided by Cup of Jo’s, Mr. Mozzarella, Milano’s, Iron Forge, Simply Baked, Mary’s Restaurant, and the Country Kitchen (on the lawn of Winchester Optometry).

Scoop of Jo’s ice cream trailer will be moved downtown, and Joel and Stephanie Fawcett will be wheeling in Alice May’s Lemonade Stand.

Bordertowne Boys will be the musical entertainment, and the NorDun Support Centre will be a beneficiary of the 50-50 draw.

Newly added is the Long Sault-based Rolling Road Mobile Dyno, which will be set up on the east end of Main Street for those riders looking to get a full diagnostic overview of their bike.