Unadilla is pleased to release information on the upcoming swap meet, taking place at the MX Rewind on June 14-16, and in between the racing and bench racing.
The swap meet is an excellent chance to clean out your garage, your hobby room, or your storage area and join in on the fun at MX Rewind. Vendors can set up a 10’x20′ spot for the entire weekend or any part thereof for $50 for the entire weekend, which includes all admission fees for up to two people. Spots are limited to be sure to contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
The swap Meet at MX Rewind is a great way to connect with fellow hobbyists who are looking for hard to find items, old memorabilia, parts that are no longer in the mainstream market, and hidden treasures. You don’t need a fancy set up — a tarp, table, or tail gate will suffice. Much like the racing at Rewind, the swap meet is not meant to be an exclusive area. Part of its charm is seeing the old stuff all in one place. So clean out your garage, basement, man cave, storage area and be a part of the fun!
The swap meet is only one feature at MX Rewind. Bike shows, vintage racing, formal and informal meet and greets with over fifteen motocross legends, autograph sessions, bench racing, MX Briefs industry seminars, nightly entertainment, and good times with old friends await racers and fans alike.
MX Rewind celebrates motocross and motocross history and keeping the traditions alive. Whether you have an old beater to race or not, if you love motocross and want to relive the good old days (or want to find out what you missed in the good old days!), this weekend is one you will not want to miss. So, mark your calendar for June 14-16 as the hills of Unadilla come alive with the sounds of all things vintage.
Event information, racing information, pre-entry links, and advance sale ticket information can be found at www.mxrewind.com. Further help is available by using email@example.com or calling 607/965-8450.
About Unadilla MX: Unadilla MX began promoting Motocross races at its current facility in New Berlin, NY in 1969. Run by the Robinson Family since its inception, Unadilla hosted the “Inter Am”, Trans Am, Trans USA, and began hosting the 250cc U.S. Grand Prix in 1978. It was the first track in the U.S. to host the prestigious MX des Nations in 1987, and has been a stop on the American Pro National MX circuit since 1992. All historically significant MX riders in the world have strapped on the leather and kicked the lever at Unadilla.