April 23-24-25, 2021 at Willow Springs International Raceway in Rosamond.
630-5pm American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA), the weekend will host hundreds of racers and their machines, a motorcycle swap meet & With Classic Bike.
AHRMA racing info and registration www.ahrma.org.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the track!
After entering the gate, spectators will be surprised to find that they are able to get up and close with the race bikes & their pilots. Photo opportunities will be abundant as most racers and their crews are just as excited to share their stories with spectators as much as y’all are to learn about them.
See & hear race machines spanning the history of motorcycling, including Class C hand-shift racers of the 1940’s to the iconic super bikes of the late 70’s. Next Gen race bikes include Japanese brands of the early 90’s and modern support classes will see some of the fastest laps at the track in AHRMA’s “Sound of Thunder”. There will even be vintage & modern sidecar racing!
Hours of entertainment for the whole family await at the SoCal Vintage Grand Prix.
Race practice runs all day Friday. Saturday & Sunday begins with morning practice and racing starting both days promptly at noon.
The swap meet is open all weekend with Saturday being the busiest day of the event. Saturday will also see the classic bike show in the pavilion, surrounded by moto-centric vendors, including local bike shops, apparel brands & SoCal motorcycle clubs.
The Willow Springs café will be serving breakfast & lunch, with a full bar & soda fountain to quench the thirst of youngin’s and oldin’s alike. R
acing commences around 5pm both weekend days with an awards ceremony to follow Saturday’s race. Boredom is banned at the track, as there are miles of surface roads surrounding the many venues at Willow Springs.
Drive up to the Budweiser Balcony for the view of a lifetime on the top of the “Omega” overlooking the Antelope Valley.
You never know what might be happening at other tracks, with car & motorcycle clubs taking advantage of the weekend.
There is also a radical skid pad usually packed with drift cars practicing & smoking tires for wide-eyed revelers.
General admission fees are $20 for a one-day pass, $30 for two days & $35 for the weekend and children under 8 years old are free.
Swap meet spaces & overnight camping are free with paid entry. The classic bike show on Saturday is also free to enter with bikes needing to be in place by 10am to be considered for judging.
Find more event info at www.bradywalker.com , via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 310-980-7129.
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