Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club Celebrates 45th Anniversary With Rally

Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club Celebrates 45th Anniversary With Rally

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club:

Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club Holds National Rally

The Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club of America (VJMC) recently celebrated its annual national motorcycle rally in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. This year’s event, which took place June 23-25, featured a special celebration, as it marked the club’s 45th anniversary. One hundred sixty members enjoyed three days of riding, bike shows and camaraderie with their vintage Japanese motorcycles.

 

A Suzuki RE-5 Rotary. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A Suzuki RE-5 Rotary. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

VJMC is the premier worldwide club dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of vintage Japanese motorcycles (20 years or older) and the promotion of the sport of motorcycling.

For more information visit www.vjmc.org or call (763) 420-7829.

 

A Yamaha 60 Mini Enduro. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A Yamaha 60 Mini Enduro. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

A Suzuki GT750 Water Buffalo. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A Suzuki GT750 Water Buffalo. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

Small displacement Honda SL's, a Kink n Go, and a Honda generator. Photo by Jon Seidel.
Small displacement Honda SL’s, a Kick n Go, and a Honda generator. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

A Honda Super Hawk CB77 & CR250 Elsinore. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A Honda Super Hawk CB77 & CR250 Elsinore. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

A Honda CL77 Scrambler. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A Honda CL77 Scrambler. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

A Honda CL72 Scrambler. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A Honda CL72 Scrambler. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

A trio of Honda CBX's. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A trio of Honda CBX’s. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

A Bridgestone MII RS. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A Bridgestone MII RS. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

Brady Smith Sr. (right) & Jr. (left), of Joplin, Missouri, with their fully restored 1959 Honda Super Cub - The Milestone Honda Award Winners. Photo by Jon Seidel.
Brady Smith Sr. (right) & Jr. (left), of Joplin, Missouri, with their fully restored 1959 Honda Super Cub – The Milestone Honda Award Winners. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

The Bike Show Awards. Photo by Jon Seidel.
The Bike Show Awards. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

A 1973 Kawasaki Z1. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A 1973 Kawasaki Z1. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

 

A 1959 Honda Super Cub. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A 1959 Honda Super Cub. Photo by Jon Seidel.

 

A 1964 Tohatsu Scrambler. Photo by Jon Seidel.
A 1964 Tohatsu Scrambler. Photo by Jon Seidel.

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