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Empire National Meet added to 2019 Calendar
The coast-to-coast Cannonball adventure is over, with plenty of historic firsts to celebrate.
Today was the last big test for Cannonball riders. And yeah, they passed.
We're closing in on the finish of the coast-to-coast Cannonball ride, and it looks like this one will be a record-breaker.
Did you ever have one of those days when absolutely nothing goes wrong?
As they head into the mountains, riders get a taste of winter.
Chris Tribbey, who led every stage up until today, finally runs into trouble and after Stage 10 Dean Bordigioni is your new Cannonball 2018 leader.
Riders take a break in Sturgis, but the work goes on for many preparing machines for the second half of the Cannonball Run.
Sunday’s Stage 9 of the Cannonball visited the Badlands, the Black Hills, Mt. Rushmore and Sturgis... and it couldn’t have been any more thrilling.
Another toasty day as the Cannonball Rolls Through Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota and Reaches a Major Milestone
Temps in the 90s Challenge Riders on Friday's Hawkeye Journey
Sun--Drenched Riders Roll Across Arrow-Straight Illinois and into the Sweeping Turns and Rolling Hills of Eastern Iowa.
Riders leave the rolling hills of the East behind and find a beautiful day in Hoosierland.
It wasn't the longest day of the 2018 Cannonball, but it felt like it.
For the first time in the history of the Cannonball, an entire stage of the ride was cancelled dure to weather.
Things were looking so good last night—not so much today.
The Motorcycle Cannonball endurance run is officially on its way from Portland, Maine, to Portland, Oregon.
The first 10 miles of the 2018 Cannonball coast-to-coast adventure are in the books. And it wasn't easy.
The 2018 Motorcycle Canonball endurance run is getting under way!
Follow the coast-to-coast Motorcycle Cannonball endurance run right here with daiy updates from the road!
Visit the Stops, but please DO NOT FOLLOW, or lead!
Cycle Source Magazine Welcomes AMCA to Sturgis
Women's Meet & Greet, Saturday, July 21 at 1:30pm at Faber Cycle's vending spots #490-491 at Wauseon.
Bring your vintage literature and/or manuals to be scanned.
The Low Country Chapter of the AMCA in need of Antique Motorcycles
Board Application Deadline set for August 1st
Wasatch Widowmaker Chapter becomes 78th Chapter of the AMCA
Contrary to false rumors, the Rhinebeck (Regional) Meet is still on.
AMCA Welcomes the Ace-Hy Chapter in Canada
Missing National Event ads in the March/April Issue of The Antique Motorcycle
Join the Wolverine Chapter by loaning your antique motorcycle to the museum.
AMCA Australia is inviting Expressions of Interest for our 2018 AMCA Auction at the Bulli National, August 25 and 26 2018.
Choose from Five different Road Runs in 2018
Low Country Chapter becomes the 77th Chapter of the AMCA
The AMCA Legends Chapter gives away a 1972 Harley-Davidson FLH from their summer long raffle.
AMCA partners with the Harley-Davidson Musuem® to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Panhead Engine.
Publishing Concepts post cards and email verification underway
AMCA is proud to announce the three newest Chapters to the club. Rocket Coast Chapter, the Las Vegas Chapter and the Deep South Chapter.
After years of input from members, the long awaited Strategic Plan is complete.
The AMCA Board to hold a West Coast and East Coast President's Meetings
AMCA members are invited to participate in the Celebration of Vintage Motorcycle Show June 15-18.
AMCA Member's Antique Motorcycles to be Featured at 35th Americade
June 5-10 at Lake George, New York
Auction Preview: The Las Vegas Motorcycle Auctions 2017
Registration Now Open
AMCA Welcomes Chapters #72 and #73 in Ohio and New Mexico
Wauseon Changes to Pre-Registration Only for Vendor Spaces
New Addition to Site, Chapter Newsletters?
AMCA Welcomes our two newest Chapters and crossing the 70th Chapter barrier.
Judging Results for the 2016 National Meets
Old bikes conquer America again.