Infield displays at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days include vintage and modern clubs, bike builders, AMA member benefit partners, vendors and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience some of the coolest companies and organizations in motorcycling.
The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame was founded by the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation, a 501(C)3 non-profit corporation, and the American Motorcyclist Association in 1990. It is located on the AMA campus in Pickerington, Ohio.
With more than 20,000 square feet of display space and more than 115 motorcycles on display, it is a ride destination that needs to be on your bucket list.
Stop by the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame display in the Old Bike Barn Crossroads for a small taste of what you would find at the museum.
You can also get your raffle tickets for the Hall of Fame Raffle Bikes: a 1951 Harley-Davidson FL. The winner will drawn on Sunday, July 7 at during AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days.
Honda Motorcycles is the sponsor and featured marque of AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Honda Motorcycles. In addition to celebrating the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking CB750, which Honda introduced in 1969, AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days will acknowledge the 60th anniversary of American Honda Motor Co. Inc. The North American subsidiary of Honda Motor Co. was founded in 1959.
Honda will exhibit pristine examples of vintage Hondas, including original and restored CB750s and CBXs. Two bikes, in particular, will be on hand to thrill race fans: Bubba Shobert’s Factory Honda RS750, owned by American Honda, and his 1988 VFR750 championship-winning Superbike, owned by Superbike collector extraordinaire Brian O’Shea. Shobert, an AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer is grand marshal for the event.
Southern Ohio’s premier group of Vintage & Cafe Racer style motorcycle enthusiasts. An inclusive group that enjoys all types of motorcycles. Don’t let the name fool you, they love more than just Cafe style bikes and believe less is more, unless you’re talking about the number of bikes in the garage.
Started in 1981 by four avid British enthusiasts and incorporated in 1989, the Classic British Motorcycle Club of Cincinnati, Ohio is the oldest and largest British Motorcycle club in the area.
Dedicated to the riding, preservation and enjoyment of British motorcycles, past and present and all vintage motorcycles.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the made-for-TV movie and TV show “Then Came Bronson.” The significance of the show and the reason there is a small group of devotees promoting the 50th anniversary is that the made-for-TV movie, TV show and the Bronson motorcycle have never received the credit or recognition they should. A small group of guys who love the series and the Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster ridden by the title character, Jim Bronson, keep the memories alive. For more information about “Then Came Bronson,” check out www.jimbronson.com.
The Ton Up Club was founded on the idea that classic bikes were built to be ridden not just polished and stared at. It’s also based on the Rocker culture of England in the 1960’s, which was strongly influenced by American outlaw biker culture of the 1950’s and the movie the Wild One. It’s really all about hanging out with your mates, riding your bike to the café and rock-n-roll. The term “Ton-Up” originated in the British Rocker culture of the early sixties and referred to hitting the 100mph mark on your bike… No small feat on 60’s era motorcycles.
Founded in 1977, the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club (VJMC) is the premier worldwide club dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of vintage Japanese motorcycles (20 years old or older) and the promotion of the sport of motorcycling. The VJMC hallmark is “participation at all levels and to have fun” – for all motorcycle enthusiasts young and old. Look for their display in the infield as part of the Old Bike Barn Crossroads.
Participating builders include: