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AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days to Bring Adventure

As part of Royal Enfield’s participation in America’s grandest celebration of vintage motorcycling, the company will offer prizes and giveaways and display several new models, including the all-new Himalayan.

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Generations of riders have been drawn to the adventure of motorcycling, and that spirit will be full display on July 6-8, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, during 2018 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Royal Enfield.

As one of the world’s oldest motorcycle brands with a history that traces the most remote parts of the globe, Royal Enfield motorcycles capture the intrepid qualities of two-wheeled exploration. The brand’s latest model, the Royal Enfield Himalayan, is the culmination of 116 years of history summed up by the model’s “Built for All Roads, Built for No Roads” purpose.

AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Royal Enfield, includes national championship vintage racing in several disciplines; bike shows; seminars; vendors; live music at the Old Bike Barn Crossroads; exhibition racing; demo rides; the AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days Swap Meet, brought to you by Federal Motorcycle Transport; and more.

As part of Royal Enfield’s participation in America’s grandest celebration of vintage motorcycling, the company will offer prizes and giveaways and display several new models, including the all-new Himalayan. A Royal Enfield representative will be on location all weekend to discuss the company’s model lineup.

AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Royal Enfield, will include a number activities inspired by adventure motorcycling.

Adventure-themed seminars include:

  • Bear Harghton, owner of Old Bike Barn, will discuss his adventures riding through the Himalayan mountains.
  • Carl Parker, publisher of ADVMoto magazine, will talk about the accessibility of adventure motorcycling.
  • A panel of women motorcycling adventures, including Liza Miller, Stephanie Yue, Tiffany Camhi and Anita Munneke, will talk about breaking barriers during their motorcycling adventure through Pakistan.
  • Wendy Crockett, owner of The Cyclesmiths, will talk discuss motorcycling maintenance and getting the most of enduring riding.

In addition, vendors will include adventure motorcycling companies such as Pine Barrens Adventure Camp Riding School, which will offer a display of adventure riding techniques; Scramblers & Schemers, a leading adventure gear retailer; ADVMoto magazine, which publishes reviews, ride reports and news about adventure motorcycling; and MotoGeo, an online media company that covers all aspects of adventure riding.

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Proceeds from AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days benefit the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame, which is located on the AMA campus in Pickerington, Ohio.

Link: AMA Vintage Days 

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