AHRMA: Vintage Motorcycle Show & Exchange Meeting at Heartland Park – Roadracing World Magazine


AHRMA Classic MotoFest â„¢ at Heartland Vintage Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet confirmed

Vintage Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet to be a Centerpiece of the Heartland Event

Topeka, Kansas – The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) in conjunction with Laroque Motorsports today announced an AHRMA Classic MotoFest â„¢ showpiece in the Heartland event: a vintage motorcycle show and meet and greet. ‘exchange.

The Swap Meet will feature vendors from across the country bringing complete bikes, wheels, engines, gas tanks and hard-to-find parts for all kinds of motorcycles. It will take place during the three days of the event (May 28-30).

On Saturday May 29, vintage motorcycles will be on display. The AHRMA Classic MotoFest â„¢ bike show will showcase beautiful, original and restored motorcycles from all eras, including the participation of members of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America (AMCA).

“There will be a lot of fun on and off the track at Heartland,” said Arthur Kowitz, 2021 Chairman of the AHRMA Board of Directors. “Fans of vintage motorcycles, collectors and gear enthusiasts in general should love the spectacle and the exchanges. In fact, I bet there will be a few vintage racing bike “starter kits” for sale at the trade-in meeting. “

Supplier Swap Meet locations are only $ 90 for a 20ft x 20ft area that includes (1) a 3 day general admission pass and supplier camping at their location.

The Vintage Motorcycle Show is open to all motorcycles made before 1990 and costs $ 10 for the first entry and $ 5 for each additional entry. A Saturday General Admission Pass is required for entry to the show.

With over a decade of experience, Laroque Motorsports brings a friendly, family-friendly festival atmosphere to a great AHRMA racing weekend.

For more information on registering for the Swap Meet and Motorcycle Show, visit laroquemotorsports.com. And for specific questions on exchange meetings and motorcycle shows, please email Mauritius at [email protected].

ABOUT AHRMA:

AHRMA (American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, restoration and competition on historic motorcycles. With over 3,000 members, AHRMA is the historic premier motorcycle racing group in North America and one of the largest in the world. The enthusiastic membership of the association reflects the country’s strong interest in classic bikes.


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