Vintage bikes needed during AMA Superbike Showdown at Road Atlanta!

| 4/6/2010 5:04:04 PM

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2009 Historic Moto Gran Prix
Bikes on display at last year's Historic Moto Gran Prix display at the Walter Mitty at Road Atlanta 

Bill Brown, founder of the Historic Moto Gran Prix exhibition race series, has put out a call to action to classic bike owners to bring their machines to Road Atlanta April 16-18 for the AMA Superbike Showdown. Bikes don’t have to be race ready, just show ready, and Brown is offering free event passes to anyone who brings their bike to display.

Brown is promising a weekend of great vintage bikes and personalities from the past, including the likes of former AMA Superbike Champion Jamie James. Brown says he’s also looking for owners to bring bikes to the annual Walter Mitty historic race at Road Atlanta April 29-May 2 held by the Historic Sportscar Racing association, with whom Brown has teamed for his Historic Moto Gran Prix motorcycle race series.

Historic Moto Gran Prix has four more races on the 2010 schedule including the Savannah Historic Races June 10-13, the Atlanta Historic Races August 19-22, the Savannah-Hilton Head HSR event October 28-31, and the Sebring Historic at Sebring International Raceway December 2-5.

To register your bike, email Pam at or call (770) 365-9805. – Richard Backus 


Edward Barna
4/8/2010 10:25:58 PM

ed from vermont cold,rainy,icy,snowy some times just too much to handle let me tell ya!and then it seems just in the nick of time my Motorcycle classics mag comes in through the shop door a grin on michael my mailmans face my eyes light up and i say thank the lord!well spring has arrived early this year and our road has dried up enough to be able to get back home up the 1/2 mile sidehill mountain billy goat trail of a road we call our driveway its not to bad taking one of my bikes down the drive in the morning the mud is set up nice and tight dont ya know!but coming home you need to be a bit aggresive threw the mud but im riding dudes im riding winter is over.but i love vermont and i love motorcycle classics thanks eddie b