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January 3, 2017

Great Classic Street & Race Motorcycles Wanted for Greenwich Concours 2017

The high profile Greenwich Concours d’Elegance is looking to expand the motorcycle portion of their event this year, and we at www.Caimag.com would like to help them. If you are not familiar with it, this is a pretty high profile show in lower Connecticut, less than an hour north of New York City.

1938 Indian Four Motorcycle

This year, the event is June 3 & 4, 2017. Saturday is dedicated to American vehicles, Sunday is for imports. Both days will have 3 classes of motorcycles on display – Pre-War, Post-War, and Competition.

This is a great opportunity for us to share some amazing bikes to fellow gearheads who might not have appreciated motorcycles before. Please help spread the word and help us get a kickass assortment of world class motorcycles there.

If you have a bike that is appropriate (original or restored, street or racer) please submit an application (it’s free) at http://www.greenwichconcours.com/ent…le-submission/

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February 26, 2016

American Iron Magazine’s Motorcycle Kickstart Classic Returns For 2016

Details for the 2016 American Iron Magazine‘s Motorcycle Kickstart Classic have been finalized and it’s time for you to check your calendar and register for this fun and social motorcycle event.

Join Wheels Through Time‘s Dale Walksler of “American Restoration” and “What’s In The Barn TV” and Buzz Kanter of American Iron Magazine for a fun time and some great stories,

Join the classic motorcycle fun and some great people. Jim Dohms photo.

Join the classic motorcycle fun and some great people. Jim Dohms photo.

This 3 day event is on public roads and is open to riders of all makes (domestic or import) and years (antique, classic or modern) of motorcycles with electric or kick starters.

We have organized rides on some beautiful roads staying off the interstate highways.

This year’s event offers several excellent rides to choose from near Maggie Valley, NC on Friday July 29 and then we ride to Chesnee, SC. Saturday, July 30 to participate in the AMCA Legends Chapter’s Antiques on Main event. Swap meet, bike shows, Wall of Death and much more.

IMPORTANT FACTS • $100 pre-registration (each rider and each passenger). PLEASE NOTE, after June 28th, registration increases to $150 per person.

All registered riders and passengers receive passes to the Wheels Through Time museum, the free welcome dinner Thursday at Wheels Through Time, one event T-shirt as well as parking and sponsored dinner in Chesnee, SC.

Thursday July 28. 5 PM Free welcome dinner to all registered riders at Wheels Through Time museum in Maggie Valley, NC

Friday July 29. Group photo at 9am. All day and half day organized rides from Maggie Valley, NC. ending back in Wheels Through Time.

Saturday, July 30. 9 am Group ride to Chesnee, SC (back roads) to join up with the AMCA’s Legends Chapter’s “Antique Bikes On Main.” Bike show, swapmeet, and hosted free dinner that night. Also Wall of Death, stunt riders, fireworks and more. Riders can stay overnight in Chesnee or ride back to Maggie Valley (3 hours on backroads, less than 2 1/2 hours by highway) Saturday afternoon.

Sunday July 31 (optional) Various motorcycle events in Chesnee, SC

For more information or to register for thie fun motorcycle event click on REGISTRATION FORM

Sponsored by American Iron Magazine, American Iron Garage magazine, Greaserag.com and Spectro Oils.

 

Filed under Buzz Kanter Classic Motorcycle Blog, Events, Motorcycle Places, News, Random Ideas by Staff Report

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July 16, 2015

1947 Indian Chief Motorcycle Back On The Road To Sturgis Rally

I (Buzz Kanter) have owned this bike for something like 25 years. I used to ride the wheels off this old Indian Chief, but then parked it about 10 years ago when I ran out of garage space.

1947 Indian Chief motorcycle in the American Iron Magazine parking lot

1947 Indian Chief motorcycle in the American Iron Magazine parking lot

A few weeks ago I pulled it out of storage and got it running. In fact I rode it to work today at the American Iron Magazine offices (see above).  I plan to ride it to Sturgis in a few weeks to celebraste Indian motorcycle’s role in the founding of the Black Hills Motor Classic – otherwise know as the Sturgis Rally.

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THE RIDE TO STURGIS: We will ride from the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, IA three days on the road to Sturgis. This is a free ride open to riders of all makes, models and years, but we ask that riders of Indian motorcycles (old or new) ride up front.

We meet at the National Motorcycle Museum for a welcome dinner and tour of the museum on Thursday, July 30th.

We roll out from Anamosa, IA the next morning (July 31) and cover roughly 300 miles on back roads to Spencer, IA for overnight.

The next morning (August 1) we ride anouther roughly 300 back roads miles to Winner SD for an overnight.

Then, the last day (Sunday, August 2) we ride the rest of the way to Sturgis, SD and plan to end at the Indian dealer in Sturgis.

THE INDIAN MOTORCYCLE & CLASSIC AMERICAN IRON BLACK HILLS RALLY: Then there is more fun at The Buffalo Chip where we will hold our FREE Indian Motorcycle & Classic American Iron Black Hills Rally on Tuesday, August 4. Registration opens around 9 am and the event starts at noon. Field events (kickstart, slow race, balloon toss, plank ride, etc) and bike show. The all-brands American bike show is sponsored by Dennis Kirk. Open to all years of Indians (old and new) and pre-1984 American motorcycles.

Sponsors include Indian Motorcycle, American Iron Magazine, Motorcycle Rides & Culture, Greaserag.com, Heather’s Leathers, National Cycles, Sturgis Vintage Cycles, Jerry Greer’s Engineering.

Please consider subscribing to American Iron Magazine in print or digital delivery.

Click on DIGITAL or PRINT for more information and our discount prices.

Filed under Classic Indian Motorcycle History, Events, News, Random Ideas by Buzz Kanter

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