Interested in being involved with the 2015 AHRMA/CPL Systems National Historic Cup Roadrace Series? Class sponsorship opportunities are still available, and the December 24 deadline for being included in next season’s Handbook is approaching quickly.

Each class sponsor receives the following:

  • Name/logo associated with class
  • Name on AHRMA website race results page
  • Banner displayed at all events
  • Printed materials will be available to members and public at events
  • Name/logo on all event programs
  • One free ad in Vintage Views (maximum 1/4 page; additional ads at 25% discount)
  • Product/company information announced at events
  • Two free event gate passes per race weekend

Interested parties should contact Roadrace Director Cindy Cowell (910.253.9738, ccowell@ahrma.org) or Communications Director Matt Hilgenberg (530.830.0052, mhilgenberg@ahrma.org).


Category : Road Racing

The preliminary schedule for the 2015 Speed & Sport National Vintage Trials Series is here:

2/22        The Ranch; Anza, CA
2/28        Aonia Pass MX Park, Washington, GA
4/11         Burrows’ Ranch; Chrome, CA
4/17         Diamond Don’s Riverport National; Jefferson, TX
6/5           Unadilla Valley Sports Center; New Berlin, NY
TBA         Donner Summit Trial; Soda Springs, CA (two-day)
9/12         Rattler’s Run; Fairfield, WA
9/19         Perris Raceway; Perris, CA
10/10-11 Barber Motorsports Park; Leeds, AL (two-day)
10/17       Hollister Hills SVRA; Hollister, CA
10/25      HLR Motorsports; Moberly, MO
10/31      Aonia Pass MX Park, Washington, GA


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We received word that AHRMA roadracer Fred Willink passed away on Friday, December 12. He will certainly be missed, and our thoughts are with his friends and family. From the December, 2014 issue of Vintage Views:

“It was great to have long-time AHRMA roadracer Fred Willink make the trip from California to join us at Barber and Daytona. Despite a long battle with cancer and failing health, Willink was able to race each day, and secure his first-ever Thruxton TransAtlantic Challenge win at Daytona; he has shown us all how to be a true friend and competitor.

Godspeed, Fred



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Steve Kirby has stepped-up as the new Southeast Regional Coordinator, and has also launched a new website for the region (which covers Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee) — it can be viewed at www.ahrmase.org. Members from the Southeast would like to thank Michael C. Taylor for his years of service as the coordinator, and for building and maintaining the previous website for the region. Thanks also to Bill Cobb for hosting the site. Kirby can be reached at 803.412.6471, or by email: jskirby@comporium.net

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The title sponsors for several of AHRMA’s National Championship Series will be returning for the 2015 season. In addition the earlier Race Tech National Post Vintage Motocross Series announcement, CPL Systems will headline the National Historic Cup Roadrace Series, and Northwest Maico & CZ  will do likewise for the National Vintage Motocross Series. Penton Racing Products is back on board for the National Cross Country Series, and Speed & Sport has re-upped as the National Vintage Trials Series sponsor for the 20th consecutive year. Please don’t forget  to show your support to these fine companies that continue to contribute to our sport.

Category : Cross Country | Motocross | Road Racing | Trials

If you’re planning to attend the March 14-15 AHRMA motocross weekend at Florida’s Motocross of Marion County, here’ s your chance to get ahead of the Bike Week price hikes: Country Inns and Suites is offering a nightly rate of $85 for the AHRMA weekend. You must speak to Melody at 352.237.0715, and ask for Motocross of Marion County rate. Make your reservations early!

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There’s a new website in town! Members in AHRMA’s Northwest Region now have a new site to keep track of the goings-on in northern California, Idaho, northern Nevada, Oregon and Washington — it can be viewed at www.ahrmanw.org. Northwest members would like to thank Reese Dengler for his 14 years of building and maintaining the old website for the region; Dengler recently stepped-down from the task.

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