IMS VINTAGE

IMS VINTAGE

This top-rated IMS attraction allows visitors to be up close and personal with the very best of vintage, classic and retro-style motorcycles from vintage bike clubs and collectors across the country. Stop by for a history lesson in motorcycling, a cold beverage and good company.

Participating Clubs

Antique Motorcycle Club of America (AMCA)
Particpating in all events

The Antique Motorcycle Club of America was founded in 1954 by a group of antique-bike fans in the New England area (pictured from left are T.A. Hodgdon, Emmett Moore, Henry Wing Sr., and Henry Wing Jr.). In the decades since, the AMCA has grown to become one of the largest organizations of antique motorcycle enthusiasts in the world, with 12,000 members worldwide. From the beginning, the purpose of the club has been the “preservation, restoration and operation of old-time motorcycles.” Members of the AMCA own, restore, preserve, study or just admire motorcycles that fall into the antique category, meaning they are at least 35 years old.

 

All Japanese Motorycle Club
Particpating in Southern California

The purpose of All Japanese Motorcycle Club is the preservation of vintage Japanese motorcycles, while promoting camaraderie within the organization.

 

Bello Moto
Particpating in Northern California

Established in 2011. Bello Moto loves and specializes in vintage motos: mopeds, scooters, motorcycles, motorcars and novel utility vehicles, such as the Piaggio APE. Riding, restoring, and collecting: that's what their team is passionate about. Their custom built facility in San Francisco hosts over 100 vintage scooters for sale or as part of their collection, plus many of their motorcycles and motorcars. They also offer service and repair, parts, paint and bodywork and complete restoration services.

 

Northern California BSA Owners Club
Particpating in Northern California

The Northern California BSA Owners Club was formed to promote the preservation and enjoyment of the motorcycles produced by the Birmingham Small Arms Company. Founded in 1985, the Club now has over 500 members, and has since its inception produced a monthly newsletter, the Bulletin. The BSA Owners Club has been instrumental in developing communication among the various British one‑make clubs and is well represented in vintage roadrace, motocross, and trials competition. In 1992 they established a sponsorship fund, as a means of supporting such competition by members of the Club. The fund is financed by voluntary contributions by members and donors.

 

Norton Owners Club of Chicago
Particpating in Chicago

The Chicago Norton Owners Club (CNOC) is a Not-For-Profit Organization dedicated to the preservation of the Norton motorcycle. It is also a social club, open to anyone with an interest in British motorcycles, regardless of make. Whether your interest lies in AJS/Matchless, Ariel, BSA, Brough-Superior,Norton, Royal Enfield, Rudge, Triumph, Vincent-HRD or Velocette, you'll find the CNOC is a great place to get information and advice, meet new friends and keep your Brit bike running.
 

 

If your organization or club is interested in participating in the vintage display, then please contact Brady Walker at [email protected]