LeMay readies for fourth annual vintage motorcycle meet

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2014 The Meet, also known as the Vintage Motorcycle Festival | Photo courtesy of LeMay Museum

“The Meet,” to be held August 22 at the Haub Family Field at the Le May museum, “is the go-to vintage bike event in the Northwest,” said museum president and CEO David Madeira.

The Meet, also known as the Vintage Motorcycle Festival, is one of five annual signature events at America’s Car Museum. The fourth annual gathering will feature iconic motorcycles from Indian, Harley-Davidson, BMW, Ducati, Triumph, Honda, Norton, Kawasaki, BSA and others.

According to Madeira, the event attracted more than 2,000 spectators and 300 bikes in 2014.

Spectators and participants can watch demonstrations, check out vendor booths, and attend seminars. There also is a judged show with more than 20 classes.

For more information on the Vintage Motorcycle Festival: The Meet presented by the American Car Museum, visit the website here.

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