National Meets & Road Runs

2020 AMCA Nationals

February 28-29
Omaha Chapter National MeetLine of Indians

Fremont, NE
(402) 510-3725
www.omahachapteramca.org

March 6-7
Sunshine Chapter National Meet
New Smyrna Beach, FL
www.sunshineamca.org

April 24-25
Perkiomen Chapter National Meet
Oley, PA
(610) 948-4553
Perkiomen Facebook Page

May 15-17
Southern National Meet
Denton, NC
(417) 838-4777
www.amcasouthernnationalmeet.com

May 22-23
European Chapter Meet
Raalte, Netherlands
+44.1303.256266
www.amca-europe.eu

May 29-31
Empire Chapter National Meet
Trumansburg, NY  
(315) 382-6711
http://www.empirechapter.com

 

June 2-4
Phoenix Road Runner Chapter National Road Run
Zion National Park, UT

June 12-13
Viking Chapter National Meet
St. Paul, MN
(952) 443-2020
www.vikingmc.org

June 19-20
Fort Sutter Chapter National Meet
Dixon, CA
(916) 485-1721
www.fortsutteramca.org

July 26-27
Colonial National Meet
Harmony, NJ
www.colonialchapter.com

July 17-19
Wauseon National Meet
Wauseon, OH
www.wauseonnationalmeet.org

July 21-24
Yellowstone Chapter National Road Run
Billings, MT

July 31-August 1
Yankee Chapter National Meet
Terryville, CT
(203) 675-4894
www.yankeechapter.org

August 12-14
Badger Heritage Chapter National Road Run
East Troy, WI

August 29-30
AMCA Australia Chapter
BULLI Show Grounds
011-61-419-229-605
www.amcaaustralia.org

September 8-10
Roosevelt Chapter National Road Run
Detroit Lakes

Road Run RiderOctober 2-3
Chesapeake Chapter National Meet
Upperco, MD
(410) 937-6953
www.ccamca.org

October 26-28
Los Angeles Chapter National Road Run
Fallbrook, CA

The AMCA’s annual calendar of National Meets and Road Runs, organized by affiliated Chapters in the United States and overseas, represents some of the premier antique-motorcycle activities held anywhere in the world. From major events attracting thousands of visitors to friendly gatherings of a few hundred enthusiasts, they all offer the chance to share an appreciation of classic machines and the people who ride them.

The heart of most National Meets is the vendor field, in which AMCA members can offer for sale parts and even entire motorcycles over 35 years old. It can take a keen eye to spot the truly significant piece among the acres of parts offered by vendors, but many award-winning restorations have begun as piles of parts found on an AMCA vendor field.

In addition, every AMCA National Meet features the Club’s National Judging Program, in which motorcycles are displayed to be judged by experts. For AMCA members, bike judging offers recognition for restoring, or preserving, an important piece of motorcycling history. But for spectators, the judging field turns into an antique-bike show rivaling the country’s best museum exhibits.

Beyond those two common elements, each Line of BritsAMCA National Meet takes on a flavor of its own, based on other activities over the weekend.

Many National Meets offer the chance to appreciate antique machines in motion, through road rides and field games—a friendly form of competition showcasing a rider’s ability to control his or her machine. Some National Meets also turn back the clock in the most American of all motorcycle sports—dirt-track racing. At these events, racers compete for trophies on half-mile dirt ovals, just as motorcyclists have for more than a century.

In between all that, there is plenty of time for vendors and visitors to settle in and talk about old bikes, from the fledgling efforts of early experimenters to the classic machines of the ’30s, ’40s, ’50s and ’60s.

In short, an AMCA National Meet can be a weekend escape from the modern world to a simpler, more relaxing time.

That description goes double for AMCA National Road Runs, which offer the chance to ride with others on the machines, and roads, of yesterday. These multi-day events follow routes laid out by local riders, who know the back roads of their own area best. And each night, participants get together to share road stories over dinner.

The schedule of AMCA Nationals typically begins in late February or early March and ends in October, stretching from Connecticut to California. For details on individual events, click on the links in the schedule below.


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