Pickerington, OH — Fans of motorcycle competition can get plenty of racing and trials at the July 5-7 Vintage Motorcycle Days, featuring Honda, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
Vintage and post-vintage competition will be held in hare scrambles, motocross, trials, flat track and road racing. Several forms of exhibition racing also are planned.
Class winners in the trials, hare scramble, motocross and road racing disciplines will be recognized, and AMA National Champions will receive AMA National No. 1 plates. The flat track race, which takes place at the Ashland County Fairgrounds, is the seventh round of the AMA Vintage Flat Track Series. Plus, two outstanding riders will earn the AMA Off-Road Vintage Grand Championship and the AMA Senior Off-Road Vintage Grand Championship for excelling in expert-level eligible classes.
For 2019, the Non-Current classes in hare scrambles and motocross have been renamed Revolution 1, and a set of new Revolution 2 classes has been created. The Revolution 2 classes are open to production two-stroke motorcycles from model years 2008 and older.
Returning for a second year are the youth classes in hare scrambles, motocross and trials competition. Those classes are open to individuals age 9-17 in hare scrambles, 4-17 in motocross and 4-12 in trials.
Check out the event program for details on all the activities, including the Hall of Fame Bike Show, infield displays and a raffle drawing for three different motorcycles, including a 1951 Harley-Davidson Panhead, and celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the groundbreaking CB750 and the 60th anniversary of American Honda Motor Company.