Regional VJMC show for the Midwest region
Mark Bayer 816-454-2891
Inaugural vintage japanese (& american) motorcycle show w/ vintage aircraft fly-in at Mansfield’s municipal airport (on Fruit St). All proceeds to benefit Rotary Club of Mansfield to be used for local charities.
All Vintage Motorcycles And Scooters Welcome, Classes for all Pre 1983 Brands, Old School Chopper Class ,Hard tail Bobber Class, Antique Class Pre 1956, Awards for all Classes, Best of Show. All Bike Country Ride At 10:00, Judging at 12:00, Good Food on Site. Swap Spaces Only $20.00, show entry $10:00, Located Just 35 Miles West of INDY on US Hwy. 36
|Bull City Rumble 13|
|BULL CITY RUMBLE
September 1-2, 2017
The Bull City Rumble is a world-renowned vintage motorcycle and scooter rally hosted by Ton Up NC annually on Labor Day Weekend in Durham, NC. Thematically, the event has its roots in the traditional rivalry of Mods vs. Rockers, the sensationalized clash of two youth cultures- scooter riding mods and motorcycle riding rockers, in 1960’s England. The event has evolved from its humble beginnings in a parking lot in 2005 to a multi-venue, multi-day rally drawing thousands of enthusiasts from all over the world.
The hosts, Ton Up NC, are a small not for profit group of enthusiasts with a singular goal: to promote the riding, restoration and racing of vintage motorcycles. 2017 marks Ton Up NC’s 14th anniversary as an organization and marks the 13th edition of the Bull City Rumble. When not organizing events, the members of Ton Up NC compete nationally in vintage dirt and road motorcycle racing.
On Labor Day weekend, 2017 (Sept. 1-2), downtown Durham will again be filled with the sights and sounds of vintage scooters, motorcycles and enthusiasts from all four corners of the globe. The historic Lucky Strike Tobacco Warehouses in Durham’s Brightleaf District serves as the backdrop for the annual bike show on Saturday, September 3 where judges are not necessarily looking for the prettiest and cleanest machines but who are looking for well ridden bikes with personality and craftsmanship.
Make plans to come join us for one of the best two-wheeled events in the South: The Bull City Rumble September 1-2, 2017.
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Andersonville National Historic Site
The Andersonville National Historic Site, located near Andersonville, Georgia, preserves the former Camp Sumter, a Confederate prisoner-of-war camp during the final twelve months of the American Civil War. Most of the site lies in southwestern Macon County, adjacent to the east side of the town of Andersonville. As well as the former prison, the site contains the Andersonville National Cemetery and the National Prisoner of War Museum.
This will be a VJMC open show for all vintage motorcycles, held at the S.C. Railroad Museum on Saturday September the 16th. All proceeds will go to benefit the museum. Check in will begin at 10 am and voting will start at 11. Awards will be at 3:00 pm and we all have to leave by 4 pm. For more information contact Floyd Finch at email@example.com or call 843 309 6886
Retro Affair: Vintage Motorcycle Show
Nothing makes a motorcyclist stop in his or her tracks faster than a beautifully restored classic motorcycle.
Retro Affair, Vintage Motorcycle Show, presented in partnership with the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club (VJMC), is a competition showcasing historic, restored and customized American, Japanese and European vintage motorcycles built before 1984. Motorcycles entered into Retro Affair will be seeded into classes based on model and year and judged on condition, originality and functionality. Top placing motorcycles in each category will be awarded trophies and merchandise with a special prize going to the Best of Show
This judged motorcycle competition, to be held at AIMExpo in Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, October 13-16, 2016, will showcase historic, restored and customized motorcycles built before 1990 and is being presented in partnership with the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club (VJMC).
Motorcycles entered into Retro Affair will be seeded into classes based on model and year and judged on condition, originality and functionality. Top placing motorcycles in each category will be awarded trophies, merchandise and cash prizes with a special prize going to the Best of Show.
“With AIMExpo continuing to establish itself as the premier powersports event in North America, presenting a prestigious bike show and competition at our event is a perfect addition to the brand,” said Cinnamon Kernes, AIMExpo Show Director. “In partnering with the VJMC, we’re looking forward to Retro Affair showcasing an exquisite collection of vintage motorcycles exclusive to AIMExpo.”
“The form and function of motorcycle craftsmanship is one of the most intriguing things to come out of 20th century industrial manufacturing,” said Peter Slatcoff, Vice President and Event Coordinator for the VJMC, the premier worldwide club dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of vintage motorcycles. “Nothing makes a motorcyclist stop in his or her tracks faster than a beautifully restored vintage motorcycle, either because it’s a bike that takes them back to their youth or it’s a bike ridden by their heroes of yesteryear.”
Yamaha XS11 Southeast Rally
Barber Vintage Festival
Please plan ahead to attend the 13th Annual Barber Vintage Festival which is one of the VJMC largest events at the fantastic Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds, Alabama. It is the largest vintage motorcycle event with bike shows, workshops, AHRMA racing, fan zone, and a huge swap meet. More information to come or call Tom Kolenko with questions 770-427-4820
Florida VJMC State Rally – 40th Anniversary Celebration
Tentative Locations: Ocala, Panama City or Lake City
Dates: November 4-6, 2017
Run From The Turkey – Panama City
November 26, 2017
Meet at 2024 Tupelo Court, Panama City, Florida 32405
Time: 8:30am, Kickstands up at 9:30am
Ride will go Northwest of Panama City to Florala, Florida and points north. The will be stops for breaks, gas and lunch. A fun filled day of riding and sightseeing.