(TOPEKA, KS, June 15, 2021) Old motorcycles brought new sights and sounds to Heartland Motorsports Park in Topeka, KS during the Memorial Day weekend.
The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) Classic MotoFest™ in the Heartland featured more than 1,350 vintage motorcycle entries for road racing, motocross, observed trials and cross-country competitions and more than 50 entries for the highly anticipated Bike Show.
Additionally, hundreds of spectators attended the Classic Drags, sponsored by Luke’s Racecraft.
Other highlights of the AHRMA Classic MotoFest™ in the Heartland included a swap meet that stretched out longer than a football field and a myriad of family activities and entertainment that engaged the crowds throughout the weekend.
“In addition to all the local residents that came out for the fun, we saw visitors from all over Kansas and Missouri as well as from across the country,” said AHRMA Executive Director, Curtis Comer. “We are thankful to Visit Topeka and our other regional partners that supported us in creating a great family-friendly motorsport event here in the heartland. We can’t wait to build on this year’s success.”
Plans are already in the works for the 2022 event. Follow AHRMA on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or visit their website to keep up with future announcements about schedule of events, entries and ticket sales.
AHRMA (American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving, restoring, and competing on historic motorcycles. With more than 3,000 members, AHRMA is the leading historic motorcycle racing group in North America and one of the largest in the world. The association’s enthusiastic membership reflects this country’s strong interest in classic bikes.
About Visit Topeka
Visit Topeka, Inc. is the visitor’s bureau for the capital city of Kansas. Visit Topeka’s mission is to increase tourism’s economic impact on Topeka through destination development and brand management.
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