Vintage Motofest Moved To 2020 MotoAmerica Weekend At Road America

Vintage Motofest Moved To 2020 MotoAmerica Weekend At Road America

© 2019, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Road America:

ELKHART LAKE, Wis., December 4, 2019  – Make sure to mark your calendars as Road America’s Vintage MotoFest has moved to the MotoAmerica Series Superbike Weekend May 29-31.

The true spirit of Vintage MotoFest is the bike show on Saturday, May 30, which includes a ride-in bike show and competition showcasing the greatest in classic style and fresh customization, plus all that is unusual and incredible. If a century’s worth of two-wheel machinery isn’t enough, the day will also showcase an arm-wrestling tournament, craft beer tasting, live bands and stunt shows.

Photo Credit: Les Tension, courtesy of Road America

“It’s everything you would see in a museum,” said Road America president and general manager, Mike Kertscher. “Only here you see them amongst all of the exciting on-track action that the MotoAmerica Series brings. This event is a true destination for enthusiasts everywhere because now there is something for everyone and we encourage folks to ride-in, stay in our campgrounds and enjoy the full experience of the weekend.”

Enthusiasts and spectators will find several bikes competing for space alongside dealers, and vendors of all things motorcycling. This year’s Vintage MotoFest includes a craft beer tasting from several local breweries, live bands, and an arm-wrestling tournament – where over 100 of the best ‘puller’s from the region will be in competition. The Twin Stunts motorcycle stunt show will also be performing throughout the weekend in the paddock.

Photo Credit: Les Tension, courtesy of Road America


Winners of the ride-in bike show are chosen by an experienced team of judges who will be overseeing all kinds of categories, including Best Race Bike, Best Chopper and Best Rat Bike. Your unique motorcycle could win a custom trophy.

The on track action all gets rolling on Friday, May 29 and continues through Sunday, May 31, as MotoAmerica riders will blast by on Road America’s high-speed straights, multiple turns and undulating terrain as part of the MotoAmerica Series Superbike Weekend.

So fill up the tank and dust off those leathers for a winding ride to Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, for the motorcycle celebration of the year. Visitors traveling northbound can experience American roadways at their finest, with a scenic view of the Northern Kettle Moraine region. Once you arrive at Road America, riders and aficionados alike can expect a mix from café racers and vintage cycles, to fresh off the dealership lot.

Fans have three quick, convenient methods to buy tickets:

Online: Visit  Tickets are available 24 hours a day, seven days per week. Print your tickets at home and save time.

Phone: Call 800-365-RACE or 920-892-4576 between 8:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday.

In Person: Visit the Road America Ticket Office at the Road America Administration Building off of State Highway 67 (Gate 6) between 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday.

Anyone 16-years-old and under are always FREE with a paying adult at the gate.

Gates will open to the public each day at 7 a.m., admission and a bike show entry for Saturday is $45. Advance event admission is $20 on Friday and $45 Saturday and $45 Sunday until May 20. On Saturday only, fans who wear a Vintage MotoFest T-shirt from any previous year get $10 off at the gate. Anyone 16-years-old and under are FREE with a paying adult. Any student can show their ID at the gate and get $10 off the ticket price. All races will run rain or shine. A tentative event schedule is available online at or click here:

About Road America: Established in 1955, Road America is conveniently located between Milwaukee and Green Bay in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. The world’s best racers have competed at this legendary four-mile, 14-turn road circuit for over 60 years. Along with over 500 events held seasonally at the 640-acre facility, several major weekends are open to the public, which include the IndyCar Series, the MotoAmerica Series, three vintage racing events, numerous Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) events, the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, and NASCAR. Road America’s park-like grounds offer amazing viewing opportunities, numerous camping options, fantastic concessions and high-speed excitement to hundreds of thousands of spectators each year. Fans can also stay and play in cabins located conveniently on the grounds and find all sorts of souvenirs, collectables and apparel at the 7,500 sq. ft Paddock Shop. Affectionately known by many as America’s National Park of Speed, Road America can accommodate groups of all sizes including weddings and corporate events in the Tufte Conference Center. In addition to public race weekends, Road America offers a variety of group event programs including geocaching, disc golf and off-road adventure tours, karting and the Road America Motorcycle and Driving Schools. For more information, visit Follow Road America on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube or call 800-365-7223.

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