AHRMA ANNOUNCES AHRMA CLASSIC MOTOFEST™ TRIPLE CROWN
Racers who go fast on pavement and off-road will be honored during the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) Classic MotoFest™ in the Heartland.
The multi-discipline event will be held at Heartland Motorsports Park in Topeka, Kansas, May 26-29, 2022.
Our MotoFest in the Heartland is a celebration of vintage motorcycle on and off-road competition which includes all the racing disciplines that AHRMA has to offer together at one venue. In addition to the diverse forms of competition, swap meet, bike show and music, AHRMA is proud to announce the AHRMA Classic MotoFest™ Triple Crown in The Heartland.
Not only does AHRMA Classic MotoFest™ in the Heartland feature road racing, motocross, cross-country, trials, and flat track it will also host AHRMA’s second annual classic drag racing exhibition which makes it the perfect event to award AHRMA’s first ever Triple Crown Champion.
Devised in the spirit of awarding a title like the illustrious Grand National Champion, The AHRMA Classic MotoFest™ Triple Crown Championship will be presented to the racer that competes and acquires the most points across three of the racing disciplines offered by AHRMA at Heartland Motorsports Park.
To be eligible to contend for the Triple Crown at Heartland Park, a racer must compete in three different racing disciplines at the Classic MotoFest. It is mandatory for a participant to enter the Road Racing and/or Flat Track event on Saturday and round out their total entries to three by choosing from off-road events offered on Friday and Saturday including Trials, Cross Country and Motocross. There is no year-restriction on the bike; however, only results from AHRMA legal classes will be awarded points.
As many of our members like to road race and go bar to bar off-road and vice versa, The AHRMA Classic MotoFest™ at Heartland Motorsports Park is a rare chance to compete on and off-road at a national event over the same weekend with bragging rights and a one-of-a-kind Triple Crown Champion Trophy offered up by Toad Town Racing.
Be sure to make room in your van or trailer for more bikes and sign up at www.ahrma.org/schedules-results!
The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association is a member-owned nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the sport of historic motorcycle racing. Since 1989, AHRMA has provided an appropriate environment to showcase vintage and alternative modern racing motorcycles in the disciplines of road racing, motocross, dirt track, trials, and cross country. With more than 3,300 members, AHRMA is the largest vintage racing group in North America and is one of the world’s leading vintage motorcycle organizations.