AHRMA Classic MotoFest™ in the Heartland Returns with Flat Track Racing
AHRMA brings Flat Track motorcycle racing to the AHRMA Classic MotoFest™ in the Heartland
(March 30, 2022, Elora, Tennessee) – AHRMA Classic MotoFest™ in the Heartland is returning to Kansas and bringing vintage flat track racing along with their exciting road racing and off-road programs.
The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) in association with Bridgestone Tires, Underground Team Racing (UTR)/Kansas811 and Laroque Motorsports have confirmed that tickets are now available for online advance purchase for the May 27-29, 2022, event at ahrma.org/ahrma-classic-motofest-heartland/.
Spectators may purchase tickets plus reserve a variety of camping options, including trackside 30-amp and 50-amp RV sites. Race fans under age 15 will have free admission with an adult ticket purchase.
This year, AHRMA also brings flat track motorcycle racing to Topeka on Saturday evening May 28th at 6pm, following the road racing events.
A 1/6th mile track, located on the blacktop skid pad, promises fast short-track action.
Richard Brodock, AHRMA Dirt Track Coordinator said, “There won’t be a bad seat in the house with viewing almost 360 degrees around the track.”
For more information about the flat track racing or to volunteer, please contact Richard Brodock at [email protected]
For all the latest MotoFest event information, schedules, activities, and spectator ticket sales for the whole family: https://www.ahrma.org/ahrma-classic-motofest-heartland/
For general questions contact the AHRMA Classic MotoFest™ in the Heartland event coordinator Jim Doyle by emailing [email protected].
Heartland Motorsports Park stands out as one of the world’s finest, multi-purpose racing and entertainment destinations. Located on the south side of Topeka, KS, the facility covers approximately 650 acres and provides ample room for its many racing and motorsports venues.
First opened in 1989, today’s facility features a championship, NHRA-sanctioned 1/4-mile drag strip, four-level sponsor-suite tower, a 2.5-mile road course with four different configurations, a 22-acre asphalt pad for autocross and drift events and a motocross track designed to host AHRMA type events.
The 23-acre paddock area features a mix of asphalt parking and access roads as well as grass parking and camping areas for car shows, swap meets and other large footprint events.
AHRMA (American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving, restoring, and competing on historic motorcycles. With more than 3,300 members, AHRMA is the leading historic motorcycle racing group in North America and one of the largest in the world. The association’s enthusiastic membership reflects this country’s strong interest in classic bikes.