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Unrelated / Black Hills Motorcycle Show
« Last post by Biketographer on February 07, 2020, 09:35:56 am »
The 32nd Annual Black Hills Motorcycle Show will take place March 14th-15th, 2020 at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City, SD
non-CCS/ASRA Racing / Mocern Classics Motorcycle Show Pennsylvania
« Last post by Biketographer on February 07, 2020, 08:54:12 am »
March 6 - 7, 2020
Please join us to help celebrate a decade of The Modern Classics in 2020. In addition to our usual collection of legendary motorcycles from the ‘60s through the ‘90s, we’ll shine a  special spotlight on the bikes of the 1980s, the wonderful world of sidecars, scooters and more. To help celebrate our tenth year we have also invited over thirty of the award winning bikes from our first nine years to join us once again.  The result is an unforgettable collection of People’s Choice and Exhibitors Choice Champions that will help to populate our show floor. An added treat is the return of noted artist Makoto Endo who will create yet another piece of large format moto-art before your eyes.  Part motorcycle show, part social event, and part 100 bike pop-up museum, the Modern Classics is a moto event not to be missed. From the rare and exotic to the bikes you grew up with, The Modern Classics has something for everyone.   

CCS / ASRA Racing Discussion / Re: Roebling road Friday practice
« Last post by vsquires on February 06, 2020, 08:54:15 pm »
What is the phone number and the price?
CCS / ASRA Racing Discussion / Re: Quick question on bike prep - CBR600RR
« Last post by Biketographer on February 04, 2020, 06:27:22 pm »
NICE photo.   Who did it?
And where?  Looks like a track-day.
CCS / ASRA Racing Discussion / Re: Quick question on bike prep - CBR600RR
« Last post by bock919 on February 04, 2020, 01:02:42 pm »
That thread was actually a good read. I went ahead and put in an order for two tail plates and a single front plate. Thanks folks!
CCS / ASRA Racing Discussion / Re: Quick question on bike prep - CBR600RR
« Last post by old.racer on February 03, 2020, 07:37:31 pm »
Here is a thread ( a little old ) about number plates. 

I retired from racing a decade ago, so I won't swear there have been no changes since then.  But it should give you some ideas.
CCS / ASRA Racing Discussion / Re: Quick question on bike prep - CBR600RR
« Last post by Woofentino Pugrossi on February 03, 2020, 05:22:17 pm »
Front number plate has to be in the center. If you have an air duct in the middle, you can put it to the side but MUST be on the side of the scoring tower for the track. You can put the number plate above the duct and into the windscreen also if theres room if you don't want to play front plate leap frog.

Rear plate(s) either one on each side or 1 across the tail readable from standing behind the bike. Single tail number plate needs side number plates on the side fairings and cant be blocked by riders legs.

Side fairing number plates not required if you do one on each side of the tail like has been done for ages.
CCS / ASRA Racing Discussion / Quick question on bike prep - CBR600RR
« Last post by bock919 on February 03, 2020, 09:25:58 am »
Greetings! This coming season will be my first season racing and I'm trying to get things in order. I have a question regarding number placement that I struggled with a bit having read the rules. I've attached an image of my bike for reference. Based on the fairing size/shape, can I use a single number plate in front and another on the rear, or do I need two on the rear fairing and additional side plates? Bike is a 2007 CBR600RR.
CCS / ASRA Racing Discussion / Re: 100 things you can do to guarantee wins
« Last post by design-engine on January 31, 2020, 04:58:00 pm »
Thanks....  We are going to continue the racing blog this year but not me ;)

Bart Brejcha
 GREENWICH, Conn., Jan. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Eight featured classes will highlight the 25th Anniversary edition of the renowned Greenwich Concours d'Elegance, including Shelby vs. GM and 100 Years of Duesenberg. This year's featured classes also include:
  • 70 Years of Allard
  • Right Coast Rods
  • Lancia
  • Vintage Off-road
  • 25 Years of Greenwich Concours - a display of vehicles from the first event 
  • 'Four or More Cylinders' (motorcycle class)
           The concours is scheduled for May 29-31 at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park, overlooking the Greenwich, Conn., harbor on Long Island Sound. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online at
This year's event will continue its tradition of featuring back-to-back concours but will introduce a new Concours de Sport on Saturday that celebrates race cars and sports cars with an emphasis on speed and performance. On Sunday, the traditional Concours d'Elegance will spotlight both domestic and international vehicles, emphasizing the best of design and craftsmanship.
"The Concours de Sport is an exciting addition to an already first-rate show," said McKeel Hagerty, CEO of Hagerty and chairman of the Greenwich Concours. "Fans can expect a fantastic best-of-the-best field for the traditional Sunday Concours d'Elegance but Saturday will bring a whole different vibe, centered around fun, fast cars." 
Founded in 1996 by the late Bruce and Genia Wennerstrom, the Greenwich Concours d'Elegance has long been recognized as a premier, must-see event. Last year, USA Today ranked the show one of the year's Top Five Car Events in America. This year, as in years past, the concours is proud to support Americares and the Hometown Foundation.
Hagerty, which acquired the concours from the Wennerstrom family last fall, has named Tabetha Hammer, the company's head of car culture and driving programs, as concours director. Hammer has relocated to the Greenwich area and will work closely with Executive Director Mary Wennerstrom, along with committee chairs, volunteers and Hagerty teams.
"The 2020 event promises to be a memorable one, with people coming from all around the world to celebrate this special anniversary with us in Greenwich," said Wennerstrom. "I look forward to working with Hagerty in continuing the legacy that Bruce and Genia began 25 years ago."
To give attendees an active role in the event, Hagerty will add its own unique touches, including its popular "Ride & Drives," which put show-goers behind the wheel of cool, older cars, including a 1965 Ford Mustang and a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS. The company also will introduce its popular Hagerty Driving Experience leading up to the event, which teaches drivers ages 15 to 25 the dying art of operating a manual transmission.
VIP tickets are available on a limited basis. VIP Tickets include early entry at 8 a.m., breakfast and lunch with the car collectors and judges, poster, lapel pin, program and VIP lanyard.
  • Gates open at 10 a.m. for general admission, 8 a.m. for VIP ticket holders
  • Advance tickets for both days are available at $40 per day or $60 for both days
  • Tickets purchased on the day of the event are $50 per day or $75 for both days
  • Children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult
  • VIP Admission is $160 per day or $250 for both days
  • Concours Waterfront Party (Saturday) tickets are available for $175
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