The Antique Motorcycle Club of America is the nation’s largest organization for vintage-bike enthusiasts (AMCA) is rolling out its 2010 calendar, featuring some of the world’s most beautiful, and historic, motorcycles.
The annual AMCA calendar always focuses on gorgeous machines of the past, but this year’s edition highlights a particularly choice selection of vintage iron, ranging from a restored 1919 Henderson Four to a perfectly preserved, all-original 1954 Harley-Davidson FLH.
Other American rarities include a matched pair of late-’20s Indian 101 Scouts, an Ohio-produced 1913 Flying Merkel board-tracker and a 1909 Reliance from New York. For international flavor, there’s a French-built 1897 De Dion Bouton, a 1926 Brough Superior Alpine Grand Sports, a 1973 Kawasaki Z1 and a 1974 BMW R90S. In addition, the calendar features dozens of photos of AMCA members and their classic machines, along with plenty of important dates in motorcycling history and a guide to AMCA vintage meets and road runs for the entire year. Calendars are $12 each and are available through the AMCA Website or call your order at (866) 427-7583.