The Vintage Motorcycle Alliance and The Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club unite to present “Destination Eustis”, an International Swap Meet and Vintage Motorcycle Show. Over the past six years the growth of this event has been exponential. It has rapidly become one of the hallmark motorcycle activities kicking off Daytona Bike Week.
Our club has once again been invited back to New Jersey Motorsports Park for their 7th Annual AHRMA Vintage Festival & Swap Meet. This year there will be some exciting events to go along with the fantastic weekend long AHRMA racing! Starting Friday evening is a Bike Night at the on site Finish Line Pub and a few parade laps on the 2.25 mile Thunderbolt Raceway. Saturday evening brings out the freestyle Monster Truck Show . There will also be a free to enter Bike Show (date and time yet to be set). While all this action is going on, there will be a large Swap Meet going on for you to find that next project!
Updates will be coming, so mark this on your calender as a must do event! The area is a hotbed for vintage Japanese Motorcyles of all makes, models, and sizes. Everything is welcome for the VJMC display: Race, Motocross, Customs, Moped, or just clean Stock bikes!
For further VJMC info or to sign up, contact:
Steve Wittick ( VJMC Field Rep – South Jersey )
Rob Wiest (VJMC Field Rep -Delaware)
Largest Vintage Show In The Midwest, Inside the Progress Center at the Minnesota State Fair Grounds in St Paul MN.
Do you LOVE the Honda CB750? – We will be celebrating 50 years of the CB750!
TWO SHOWS, ONE WEEKEND, ONE PLACE TO SEE IT ALL!
Together again, the Minnesota Chapter of the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club and the Viking Chapter, Antique Motorcycle Club of America will host the largest vintage bike show in Minnesota!
MINNESOTA’S LARGEST DISPLAY OF ANTIQUE MOTORCYCLES
Over 200 motorcycles on display spanning the dawn of the motorcycling age all the way to 1993. From well known brands like Triumph and Harley-Davidson to lesser known bikes like Rudge and Bridgestone, you’ll see bikes gloriously reborn as if they just rolled off the showroom floor next to barn fresh rats. Are you into custom bikes? This show isn’t just about perfectly rebuilt bikes, you’ll see old school choppers, cafe racers, bobbers and racers. The show’s indoors, so come on down – rain or shine!
Huge outdoor swap meet in the campground under the Minnesota State Fairgrounds water tower.
Indoor show at the Progress Center Building next to the camp ground.
Friday 8:00 am to 8:00 pm,
Saturday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Admission $8 – Kids 12 and under free with paying adult
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Event Activities Information and Detail
VJMC 2019 Rally
The VJMC 2019 National Rally will take place June 20-22, 2019 at the Smoky Mountain Conference Center collocated with the Ramada Inn South located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The Ramada Inn will serve as the Rally headquarters. Its location at Stop Number 8 in Pigeon Forge provides the perfect spot for ease of access to some of the best motorcycle riding in the country.
The event team has worked hard to plan a full three days of fun filled activities ensuring something for everyone. Once onsite and checked in we hope you will allow a bit of time to savor the beauty and splendor of your surroundings.
Registration will be available on-line only. If you have any questions or require any assistance with the registration process please contact us at 2019natrally@VJMC.org. Please be sure to provide your name, telephone number and a good time for a return call. We will be happy to provide you with the necessary assistance to register in preparation for this Rally.
Rally Registration Fees:
Member Registration – $140
Guest (spouse, girlfriend, significant other or children) – $95
Non Member Registration – $170 (includes $30 membership to VJMC)
Registration fees provide all inclusive event access. The event fees include:
Access to all event activities
Thursday Meet & Greet Social – Picnic in the Smokies
Friday Dinner – Menu TBD
Event T Shirt
Discounted Room Rates
Meeting Facility and amenities
Tiddler Events for the Rally – 200cc and below
On Friday, June 21th there will be a “Tiddler Ride”. Ride participants will assemble in front of the Convention Center at 8:30am with kick-stands up at 9:30am. The group will ride approximately 35 miles round trip returning to the front of the Convention Center.
Ride hosts will be a team of local members that will lead you in what will be some of the most memorable bike riding of your life. Due to the nature of surrounding road conditions in the area, the rides will be assembled in to smaller groups and categorized by big bikes, small bikes, further subdivided by the member’s riding proficiency.
VJMC promotes the wear of helmets, gloves and proper safety attire. Please keep in mind that the VJMC riding activities have two primary objectives; first and foremost, ensure the rides are incident free and second, that they are fun and enjoyable. Remember – its safety first.
Ride Information and Route Maps –
For Ride Details Click on Item Below:
Routes TBD – Keep checking back for details.
Tennessee Safety Helmet –
The following link is provided as a quick reference to the Tennessee helmet laws.
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Bike Show Entry Fees: First Bike $10 – Each additional Bike is $5
The Rally bike show is hosted by Indianapolis, Indiana member Greg Pitt. He never fails to add a unique flavor to Rally bike shows. This year he has assembled a combined team of local members and a couple of… well I won’t spoil his surprise. You will just have to come to the Rally to see what Greg has in store this year. In addition to the traditional bike classes this year we are adding two new classes; vintage café racers and modern classics. The modern classics are those Japanese motorcycles who have not yet reached an age maturity to be classified as vintage. Since so many of new and prospective new members have these under aged classics. We want to extend an opportunity to them to participate in one of the most amazing VJMC bike shows of the year. Please be sure to welcome these newcomers and encourage their participation in all our activities.
Yamaha, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Japanese PRE 1969, Japanese 1981-1987, Custom/Special, Mini/Scooter, Café Racer, Competition/Off-road, Modern Classic and Survivor.
Thursday, Jun 20, 2019
No VJMC event would be complete without its social activities. On Thursday evening we will have our traditional welcoming Meet & Greet. This year we will deviate from our Club legacy of a “cook out” and treat our members to a catered – Picnic in the Smokies.
Friday, Jun 21, 2019
Nothing brings people together better than a good ol’ fashion BBQ. Friday evening will not disappoint you. So…, Just Image, you are sitting on the veranda of a rustic Inn with an ice cold drink in one hand the other a plate full of BBQ. The evening will continue as some may move outside of the Conference Center to enjoy the stars, libations and the camaraderie of the evening.
Saturday, Jun 22, 2019
Saturday highlights our event with morning rides, preparations for the Bike Show – followed by the Bike Show, concluding with our evening membership Banquet. The Banquet will begin with introductions by Peter Slatcoff, opening remarks by club President Tom Kolenko, presentation of trophies to Bike Show award winners, and annual awards to acknowledge exceptional contributions to VJMC. Raffle drawings will take place throughout the Banquet.
America’s largest motorcycle swap meet, national championship vintage racing in numerous disciplines and unforgettable fun everywhere, AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days is one of the must-do motorcycling events.
Vintage Honda Rally – celebrating 60 years of Honda in the United States
I will be in the Vender area again in 2019 selling subscriptions. Please stop in and say help and maybe volunteer some time in the booth.
The 2019 Vintage Yamaha Rally is a gathering of like minded enthusiasts who enjoy owning, fixing, and riding Yamahas from the YA-1 (1955) through the 80’s. The rally is located at the Iron Horse Motorcycle Lodge near Robbinsville, North Carolina. There are opportunities to ride on Saturday and Sunday that feature the Tail of the Dragon, Cherohala Skyway, Blue Ridge Parkway, and Moonshiner 28. This is the time to bring out your old Yamaha and show off your hard work.