There are many, many reasons we attend AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio. The bikes, the swap meet, the racing and the overall atmosphere created by motorcycle enthusiasts is an experience we don’t wanna miss. We were fortunate to have worked with the good folks at the American Motorcyclist Association to help convey the vibe of VMD (see the video at the end of the post). After going through our pics, here’s an alphabetical and photographic rundown of why we love attending this event.

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Craig Vetter at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days

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Trials Father and Son at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days

Trials Father and Son at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days

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Dave Roper AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days

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Wrenching on a Sidecar Racer at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days

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And, if you haven’t seen it yet, here’s a vid we put together to give you a taste of the sights and sounds of VMD:

3 Responses to The ABCs of AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days

  1. Renee Bock says:

    This is awesome! Thanks and wasn’t it a great weekend this year?

    :)

  2. Rod says:

    Went in 2011, missed 2012 hope to make it back this year, was way better than daytona {now a disappointment to me}….The racing is top notch, swap meet off the hook every one there was great!! Looking forward to 2013

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