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Cycle Fest Stops Off At Mid-Ohio

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/19/2013

At one time it was considered the largest motorcycle rolling museum and swap meet this side of the Mississippi.  Now it is the largest in North America.  AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days has rolled into the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington with displays, shows, racing, seminars and acres of bikes, parts and accessories of every type on display.  

According to Marketing and Communications Director of the AMA Grant Parsons, the event brings in some 50,000 motorcyle enthusiast every year.  Not bad for an event that started in the parking lot of the AMA museum in Westerville.  The featured motorcycle this year is the Husqvarna which is celebrating 110 years of manufacturing motorcycle beginning in 1903. 

   
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