Motogiros just sound like fun to us, regardless of the location or how specific the organizers are about what bikes can participate.
I had the opportunity to participate in the fall 2007 Motogiro USA in Vermont, and spent two great days riding every kind of road you can imagine through the hills and valleys in both sun and rain. And how was it, you ask?
Awesome. Great people, a wide variety of classic bikes in a variety of sizes (though all are relatively small, as the 305cc class is the “Big Boys”), and beautiful scenery combined to make a great weekend for classic bike enthusiasts: Keep your eyes open for the full story in the May/June 2008 issue of Motorcycle Classics.
In the meantime, visit the Motogiro USA website at http://www.motogiro-usa.com/
Registration opened Feb. 1 for the Motogiro East, the spring event hosted by the United States Classic Racing Association (USCRA), the organizers of the fall Motogiro USA. As word gets out about these great events, participation grows. If you don’t want to be left out, check out the site, read up on the allowed bikes, and register for the Motogiro East before it’s too late!
To register, visit http://www.race-uscra.com/events.html and click on the Entry Link form.