If you are in the Northeastern US and you are interested in Racing Vintage motorcycles, then you have found the right place. This is AHRMA Northeast, where we love anything to do with Vintage motorcycles. We offer a full series of Vintage and Post Vintage Motocross, Cross Country, and Trials sanctioned by AHRMA (American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association). A part of the AHRMA North Atlantic Region, we offer a complete schedule of events in the Northern sector of the Region.
Our events offer classes for all years and displacement of Vintage and Classic motorcycles, and all levels of rider ability from Novice to former Pro. Many of our MX events are held on Vintage appropriate natural terrain grass tracks. Please feel free to contact us for more information.
In order to race an AHRMA sanctioned event you must be an AHRMA member. We can sign you up at the track or you can click here to get a membership application.
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The 2016 season is officially over. XC and MX results for the final race at Logans’, as well as the year end championship point standings are all posted on the Results Page. Congratulations to all the 2016 Series Champions!
On June 10, 11, 12, was the big one, UNADILLA REWIND!!! With over 1000 entries over the three days this year there is no bigger vintage event in the country that compares to Unadilla. With all the legends and major events throughout the weekend, it didn’t disappoint. http://www.unadillamx.com/mx-rewind/
Here is the latest version of the 2016 Schedule! Notice that the last race of the season at Logan’s will be a DOUBLE POINTS paying event! This means that not only will there be double points, but the event will count as two races toward your 5 to qualify. Click on the schedule below to check it out. Check back often as we are still incorporating updates.
Check back here SCHEDULE PAGE or on our page for info regarding the schedule or individual events.
A new AHRMA rule mandates that all helmets have a manufacturing date of 5 years or less. This rule will be enforced at all the national events at tech inspection. Check the date on the inside of your helmet to ensure that it is in compliance.