Vintage Motorcycle Events: July/August 2019

Where to go and what to do for vintage motorcycle events during July and August 2019.

Reader Contribution by The Motorcycle Classics Staff
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by Motorcycle Classics Staff

Wall of Death at “AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days, July 5-7, 2019

7/5AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days returns to the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, July 5-7, 2019. Enjoy the AMA Vintage Road Racing Grand Championships along with motocross, hare scrambles, trials and flat track racing. The event includes America’s largest motorcycle swap meet, the Wall of Death, bike shows, stunt shows, demo rides, seminars and more.

8/9 Join the editors of Motorcycle Classics for the 4th Annual Ride ‘Em, Don’t Hide ‘Em Getaway, Aug. 9-11. We’ll enjoy a relaxed weekend of riding and sightseeing in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania and stay at Seven Springs Mountain Resort, meeting up Friday and riding through the weekend.

8/30 Back for its 14th year, join in the fun at the Bonneville Vintage GP, Aug. 30-Sept. 1, at the Utah Motorsports Campus in Tooele, Utah. The Motorcycle Classics Vintage Motorcycle Show will take place on Saturday, featuring the 60th anniversary of the Triumph Bonneville (1959-2019), plus trophies in six classes and a People’s Choice award. Sunday will feature the Tintic Motorcycle Works and Museum bike show. Both days will feature AHRMA racing, with CB160 races with LeMans starts both days.

8/31 Visit the Bull City Rumble Vintage Motorcycle Show, Aug. 31, at 1007 West Main St. in Durham, North Carolina. Admission is free to this vintage motorcycle and scooter rally, hosted by Ton Up NC annually on Labor Day Weekend in Durham. The event has evolved from its humble beginnings in 2005 to a multi-venue, multi-day rally drawing thousands of enthusiasts. 2019 marks the 15th edition of the Bull City Rumble. The historic Lucky Strike Tobacco Warehouses in Durham’s Brightleaf District serve as the backdrop for the annual bike show on Saturday, where judges are not necessarily looking for the prettiest and cleanest machines, but who are looking for well ridden bikes with personality and craftsmanship. On the web at

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