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America’s Car Museum announces classes and date for 2015 “The MEET at ACM”

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Museum’s fourth annual Vintage Motorcycle Festival to commemorate classic two-wheelers on August 22

Tacoma, Wash., Mar. 11—Vintage motorcycles will roar back onto the Haub Family Field for the fourth annual Vintage Motorcycle Festival: The MEET at America’s Car Museum on August 22.

The Vintage Motorcycle Festival is one of five annual ACM signature events and features iconic motorcycles from Indian, Harley-Davidson, BMW, Ducati, Triumph, Honda, Norton, Kawasaki, BSA and many marques from bygone eras.

“The MEET is the go-to vintage bike event in the Northwest,” said ACM’s President and CEO David Madeira. “Last year, we had more than 2,000 attendees and 300 bikes, this year there’s more for everyone because we are inviting bikes built before 1990 to be displayed.”

Vintage Motorcycle Festival

Vintage Motorcycle Festival

The MEET features demonstration rides, vendor booths, free seminars, food trucks and a Sunday ride through the Puget Sound in addition to over a dozen classes judged as part of the motorcycle competition.

The ACM President’s Award, Hagerty Best of Show, Best Dealer Display and five Judges’ Choice trophies will be awarded to the top-rated motorcycles on display in addition to top-three category winners of the following classes:

  • Classic Powered Bike/Scooter
  • Custom Bobber/Chopper
  • Vintage Competition
  • Best Café Racer
  • Motocross Post-1975
  • Motocross Pre-1974
  • Vintage Yamaha
  • Vintage Suzuki
  • Vintage Kawasaki
  • Vintage Honda
  • Vintage Japanese—Other
  • Vintage Italian
  • Vintage German
  • Vintage Triumph
  • Vintage Norton
  • Vintage BSA
  • Vintage British—Other
  • Classic American—Post-WWII
  • Antique American—Pre-1940
  • Classic European

“The bikes at The MEET are always top-notch,” adds Madeira. “Many would look right at home in the VME-curated vintage bike display, which is on view year-round at the Museum.”

For more information on the Vintage Motorcycle Festival: The MEET at ACM, visit the www.vintagemotorcyclefestival.com.

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