Daytona Bike Week. Antique, Chopper And Car Shows At The Limpnickie Lot.

During Bike Week, 2 events of interest at the Stone Edge Skate Park located at 1848 South Ridgewood Ave in South Daytona Beach.

On Wednesday March 3rd, for the second year, the  AMCA (Antique Motorcycle Club Of America) will host an Antique Bike Show.  The show is open to all motorcycles at least 35 years old.  The exhibit will also include an interactive feature that debuted last year, the AMCA Kick-start Demo bike display, in which visitors will get a chance to fire up 2 authentic antique motorcycles on display— a 1946 Harley Knucklehead and a 1945 Indian Chief. The bike owners, Matt Olsen and Rocky Halter, will be on hand to guide visitors through the process of setting throttle, spark advance and choke controls before kicking the V-twin engines to life. Trophies will be handed out for best Antiques.

On Friday March 5th, the 3rd Limpnickie Chopper Show for Bikes and Pre-64 American Cars (Registration from 9 am to noon). For motorcycles, 5 classes: Best sportster, Best Chopper, Best Antique, Best Asian Import, Best Europeean Import, Best Trike, Worst Rat Bike. Grand prize for Best Of Show is a brand new Baker Drivetrain Transmission and a complete intake system from K&N. For Cars, trophies and $100 each for Best Chop, Best Rod, Best Gasser, Best Jalopie, Hard Luck Award. All trophies given between 4pm and 5 pm.

On your way to the Limpickie Lot, please contribute to the campaign to help raise awareness for childhood hunger in Central Florida. Drop off boxes will be set up at the Stone Edge Skate Park and it is asked that you help these children by bringing a few cans of food to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank. No excuse because you ride there. It’s easy to bring a few cans with a small grocery bag hanging off your handlebars. Thank you in advance.

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4 Responses to “Daytona Bike Week. Antique, Chopper And Car Shows At The Limpnickie Lot.”

  1. 1 nicker Feb 27th, 2010 at 9:24 pm

    Tough times get people and business alike turning back to basics.
    (keep it simple stupid).
    Nothing says “basic” better-n a good ol Flatty.
    Simplicity personified

    Ya gotta love em.


  2. 2 ian Feb 28th, 2010 at 7:16 am

    I agree back to basics is the way to go if you want to enjoy a fun custom ride – particularly when I see these new plug and play 100bhp electric engines out there – building hi spec V Twins may become like building Bi-planes.

  3. 3 Bill Mar 3rd, 2010 at 12:31 am

    Limpnicki and Willies Tropical Tattoo show on the 4th is the only reason I come here. Two great happenings..MAN ITS COLD THIS YEAR WHAT HAPPEN TO GLOBAL WARMING????

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