Vintage motorcycles will run at the historic Road America circuit during the AHRMA races.
Classic motorcycles will race at Road America, June 8-10, during the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) Vintage Motorcycle Classic. The event features vintage racing motorcycles from the 1920s to the early 70s and vintage superbikes from the 70s and 80s. The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association is dedicated to preserving the heritage of racing motorcycles and promotes this heritage through events at legendary race circuits. Road America
is a track favorite of competitive vintage riders because of its four-mile layout including, high-speed straights, multiple turns and undulating terrain. Several passing areas contribute to the competitive spirit and racing action.
Throughout the AHRMA weekend, three off-road courses will feature vintage and post-vintage motocross, cross-country and observed trials. Other event features include a vintage swap meet, club corrals and special guest activities including BRP CAN-AM
SPYDER Roadster demo rides along the scenic roads near Road America.
Spectators are encouraged to attend on their motorcycles and tickets for the AHRMA Vintage Motorcycle Classic are $20 on Friday, $30 on Saturday and Sunday. Children 12 and under are free when accompanied by a paying adult. Parking, paddock access and grandstand seating are free with every ticket. Event details, ticket pricing and camping information can be found at www.roadamerica.com
or by calling 800-365-7223
About Road America: Established in 1955, Road America is located midway between Milwaukee and Green Bay in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Its legendary four-mile, 14-turn road circuit has challenged the world's best racers for over 55 years. The 640-acre, park-like grounds offer amazing viewing opportunities, fantastic concessions and high-speed excitement to thousands of spectators each year. In addition to public race weekends, Road America offers group event programs, the Blain's Farm & Fleet Motorplex for karting and supermoto, and the Road America Motorcycle and Advanced Driving Schools. For more information, visit www.roadamerica.com
Follow Road America on www.facebook.com/RoadAmerica
and on Twitter: @roadamerica or call 800-365-7223