returns as AMA Vintage Days title sponsor

Publish Date: 
Apr 9, 2014

PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- will once again be the title sponsor for AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, July 11-13 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio. Indian Motorcycle is the marque of the year. AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Indian Motorcycle, will include thousands of rare vintage bikes from around the country and a swap meet where collectors can buy and sell and vintage racing events, AMA stated. The event also includes the AMA Racing Vintage Grand Championships, featuring road racing, motocross, hare scrambles, trials and dirt-track; along with motorcycle stunt shows, demo rides, an AMA Life Member breakfast and seminars.

"Keeping vintage bikes running well and looking good takes some of the most dedication you see in the sport," said founder and CEO Ken Wahlster. "We've been lucky to establish as the web's most trusted resource for motorcycle parts, accessories and gear, and vintage bike enthusiasts have become some of our most loyal customers, so supporting this event was a natural partnership for us."

"Being a part of 2014 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Indian Motorcycle, is a great way to connect with motorcyclists in general, and vintage riders in particular," said Jeff Massey, AMA vice president of operations. "Together with Indian Motorcycle as our featured marque for 2014, we know that's support will help us provide plenty of fun things for fans to see and do at the country's grandest celebration of vintage motorcycling." AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Indian Motorcycle, serves as a primary fundraiser for the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame.

AMA members can purchase a weekend pass for $45, or a one-day pass for $25, saving $5 off the regular advance purchase rate. The AMA member discount is in addition to the regular $10 savings on advance ticket purchases, and there is no service charge for AMA members when purchasing through the AMA. Member pricing, available through May 27, is available only by calling the AMA directly at 800-262-5646.

Advance tickets are available to the general public at, with all kids under 12 admitted free with a paying, supervising adult.  

Posted by Vince Guerrieri