Good Vibrations Motorcycle Rally will not return for its fifth year to the Salem-Keizer communities in July.
According to a press release from Roadshows, Inc., a Reno-based special event company, the rally has been held in Salem for the past four summers. Due to low sponsorship and participant registrations, the event will not continue this year. READ ON
An unusually warm autumn day did not deter crowds as the 2014 York Motorcycle Festival took over the main street of town!
More than 1500 motorcycles lined the streets and captured the attention of visitors as they walked the strip of the Festival – and that was just the beginning! A full day of entertainment, activities and new products on display made the 2014 York Motorcycle Festival one to remember.
Festival organiser Peter Woods from Premiere Events aid he was thrilled with the 2014 Festival, sayingthat it was great to see such a huge turn out – despite the heat! READ ON
WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. – Visitors will be viewing 13 different classes of motorcycles at the New England Air Museum's first ever motorcycle show on Saturday, April 19.
The 13 classes are "Best Military Motorcycle," "Oldest Running Motorcycle," "Best American Pre World War II," "Best American Post WWII," "Best Custom Built," "Best Café Racer," "Best British Pre 1960," "Best British Post 1960," "Best European Pre 1960," "Best European Post 1960," "Best Japanese Pre 1980," "Best Japanese Post 1980," and "Best Competition." READ ON
The Christian Motorcyclists Association is in Springfield this weekend for its National Women’s Conference. KSMU’s Samantha Nichols tells us more about the organization.
With a stated vision of “changing the world, one heart at a time,” The Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA) hopes to build relationships and provide a time for fellowship during the women’s conference. Springfield can expect around 300 members to attend. READ ON
It may have been intended as a flash-in-the-pan when it was started in 2010, but the Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance Run will cross the country again in September, and if you're anywhere near its route it will be worth turning out to see this rolling museum.
How many times do you have the opportunity to see more than 100 ancient motorcycles actually out on the road burning up miles? The only bikes allowed to participate in this event are those built in 1936 or before. Would I take my 1980 Honda CB750 Custom across the country? Well, yes, but only with considerable trepidation. But I'll have to wait another 44 years before it's eligible to run in this event. READ ON