Stepping up its presence at the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Vintage Motorcycle Days, Royal Enfield will be offering a full slate of demo rides this weekend. Royal Enfield produced its first motorcycle in 1901, which makes the company perfect as the Presenting Sponsor of the 2021 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days July 23-25 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
“Royal Enfield is proud to be the Presenting Sponsor for 2021 Vintage Motorcycle Days,” said Bree Poland, Royal Enfield’s Marketing Lead for the Americas Region. “Since 2015 we’ve been looking for the opportunity to support VMD, and now we’re excited to have the chance to be a part of this event.”
Part of involvement includes demo rides during VMD. Motorcyclists in the market for a new bike can experience some of the hottest models available from Royal Enfield and American Honda. Both companies will be on location with demo fleets. Licensed motorcyclists are invited to sign up for test rides during the event.
“AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days might celebrate the long history of motorcycling in America, but our attendees continue to be voracious consumers of new bikes,” said AMA Director of Industry Relations and Business Memberships Steve Gotoski. “Royal Enfield and American Honda are selling some of the most unique and cutting-edge production motorcycles today, with many models evoking motorcycling’s heritage. We’re thrilled to have both companies on location this July 23-25.”
Royal Enfield intends to have the new Meteor 350, Himalayan and additional 650cc models available for riders to try. Honda is bringing a number of new bikes to the event, including Gold Wing standard and DCT clutch models and Rebel 1100 standard and DCT clutch models. In addition, they will have NC750X, CBR300R and Rebel 500 models on hand.
More information is available at vintagemotorcycledays.com