Resort packages that include lodging, meal plans, and tickets are now available.RESERVE LODGING PACKAGE
Tickets that do not include lodging and meal packages are also available.
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ABOUT THE 2020 MOTORCYCLE CLASSICS GEARHEAD GATHERING
After four years of the annual Ride ’Em, Don’t Hide ’Em Getaway at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania, we’re upping the ante with a full-bore festival in 2020!
The Motorcycle Classics Gearhead Gathering, which takes place at Seven Springs next Labor Day weekend (Sept. 5-6), will feature the same scenic, guided rides in the region, but participants will now find so much more, including:
- Self-navigated ride recommendations and routes
- A swap meet
- A bike show
- Vintage farm equipment displays and demonstrations presented by Farm Collector and Gas Engine Magazine
- Hill climb and woods races
- Mechanical and build workshops
- Family-friendly social and evening activities
Seven Springs is a four-season resort that features numerous other activities that will be available during the Gearhead Gathering, including swimming, zip lining, hiking, sporting clays, kids activities, and more. The resort also features several dining options, ranging from fine dining to sports pubs. Attendees will have the option of purchasing lodging and dining packages. Tickets and packages will be available by Dec. 1, 2019.
Southwestern Pennsylvania is a remarkably beautiful region of low mountains, deep valleys and lush forests. Punctuated by picture-perfect farms, it is incredible motorcycling territory, with miles of two-lane blacktop winding through it all. In 2019, friends Tom McKee and Adam Rexroad planned our routes. The first day’s 125-mile ride took us south to the quaint downtown of Oakland, Maryland. Riders relaxed, wandered downtown, took in the museums and had lunch at a variety of locally owned restaurants.
That night's banquet featured our special guest, motorcycle journalist Dain Gingerelli. Dain kept us in stitches, sharing stories from his many decades spent riding, writing and racing. The following morning found us on the road again, making a 60-mile loop through Ohiopyle State Park, then back to Seven Springs.