St. Augustine, FL, March 24, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The event is presented by the Riding Into History Committee, which is comprised of volunteer members from the BMW Motorcycle Owners of Northeast Florida (BMWNEF), the Historic Motorcycle Society (HMS) and other supporting clubs.
Between 300 and 400 antique, vintage and classic motorcycles from all over the country are expected to enter the Concours. Thousands of spectators are once again expected to enjoy the event which also includes, exhibitors, entertainment, clubs and a variety of food. Admission is still only $10 at the gate for the Concours. Various packages are available for the Biker’s Ball and the Charity Rides, and they will be posted on the website – RidingIntoHistory.org.
Craig Vetter, world famous designer and Motorcycle Hall of Fame member will be conducting free seminars.
“With the World Golf Village as its backdrop, this is the premiere motorcycle Concours d'Elegance in North America,” Dennis Gage noted.
Perhaps Vetter summed it up best when he said, “A good cause, good people and good bikes. It doesn't get any better than that."
Internationally known motorcycle artist Don Bradley will once again provide the original artwork for the posters, which have become collectors’ items. Posters, t-shirts and other items will be available at RidingIntoHistory.org and at the event. Current event sponsors include Sargent Cycle Products, Harley-Davidson of St. Augustine and Mercedes-Benz, Hampton Road Racing and BMW Motorcycles of Jacksonville .
The World Golf Village is located just north of St. Augustine on I-95, exit 323.
For additional information go to RidingIntoHistory.org. You may also email info@RidingIntoHistory.org or call 904-677-9670.