Thursday, January 30, 2020

New ATV Trails Coming Soon - But Only With Your Help

Proposed Changes on the Way for Riding ATV's on State Forest Trails

Pennsylvania considers adding more ATV riding trails through state forests. They will seek public comment through March 27th. The state has about 285,000 registered ATV's.

Monday, January 27, 2020

PVR Vintage Swapmeet and Bike Show - Recap

PVR Annual Swap Meet and Bike Show
Potomac Vintage Riders
Jan. 26, 2020
York, Pa

Every January the Potomac Vintage Riders bring their annual gathering to the York, Pa Fairgrounds and year after year this show continues to grow.

Working as one, the AHRMA Mid Atlantic Vintage Cross-Country Series teams up with the gang from the Mid Atlantic Vintage Bikes at the Broom Factory to put on this great off-season event.

Saturday night before the show the series honors its champions for the year at their annual awards banquet. A special thanks to all the volunteers that make all the events and awards banquet happen. Good food, good fun and bench racing was enjoyed by all.


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On Sunday morning the UTZ Arena at the York Fairgrounds opens to a full hall of mostly vintage and some modern parts and bike vendors. Every year the crowd grows with many looking for those hard to find parts and those two-wheel gems from days going by.

There is a vintage bike show that’s second to none that’s hosted by the Mid-Atlantic Bikes from the Broom Works in Baltimore, MD. In talking with Mike Slate one of the shows promoters he shared that at least 80 of the 100 entries were new to the show this year and the number was most likely more than that. 

This year’s People’s Choice award went to Steve Dance from Jarrettsville, MD featuring his 
1951 twin piped Triumph Trophy.

Another really cool piece was this 1985 Rotax powered Tiger 200 trike
displayed by Blueline Graphics.


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Sylas Merrell wins the XR 75 Raffle Bike.

If you missed the show don’t fret, a lot of these super cherry vintage rides can be found on display at the Broom Factory in Baltimore – get their hours of operation and more details at:

Bike Show Winners

Vintage Competition
1st 1950 BSA A7-Bud Kubina, 2nd 1960's Jawa Speedway-John Yurejefcic
Post Vintage Competition
1st 1977 Maico AW400-Tom Liezear, 2nd Suzuki RM250-Michael Wright
Vintage Street Stock
1st 1956 BMW R26-Rob Richter, 2nd 1982 Suzuki GS750-Gary Jones
Vintage Street Custom
1st 1970 Yamaha SR500-Art Corsetti, 2nd 1974 Norton 850 Police-David Hepher
Vintage Trials, Trial or Enduro
1st 1970 Yamaha RT1-Jock Weir, 2nd 1972 Penton Berkshire-Kevin Donovan
Vintage Mini
1st 1971 Honda SL70-Marty Straus, 2nd 1955 Bonham Tote Gote-Albie Walton
Survivor Award
1955 DMW Competition-Thom Alowelt
People's Choice
1st 1951 Triumph Trophy-Steve Dance, 2nd 1970 Yamaha RT1 Yamaha-Jock Weir

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Monday, January 20, 2020

PVR Swap Meet and Bike Show - Sunday January 26, 2020

The Potomac Vintage Riders Swap Meet and Bike show is only days away, so it’s time to clear the calendar and gas up the van and point it towards the Utz Arena at the York Fairgrounds in York, Pa. 

This coming Sunday January 26th 2020   The Swap Meet/Bike Show runs from 8 am -3:30 pm.  The move to the larger UTZ Arena at the York, PA Fair allowed us to have the largest crowd ever. Well over 2500 people in its second year. This year we will have 20 more vendor spaces within the swap meet. The event attracts vendors from all over the East coast and Midwest and has grown into one of the biggest Swap Meet/Bike show events of the year. (matter of fact, vendor space has been sold out for weeks)

The “Bike Show” organized by the Nick Taylor and the Broomworks crew attracts over 100 of the finest vintage motorcycles and is a huge crowd pleaser. The show is judged, awards custom trophies and also allows you to select the “People’s Choice Award” for best bike.

We will have the Penton Group (John and Jack) with their display and Terry Cunningham returning again to bench race with and sign autographs.  Terry is a four-time AMA Grand National Enduro Champion, ISDE Gold Medalist and AMA Hall of fame inductee. The Pentons, well they need no introduction.

The “Bike Corral” will showcase the vintage bikes for sale. This area is a great success with easy access and ample room for viewing.   

So whether you’re looking for parts to finish a restoration, a new project to start, finding a finished gem to purchase, or just meet up with old friends, it’s all here under one roof.  You won’t want to miss it!!!!

Bike corral and other event information are available from Tommy Grimmel, PVR President.  

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Sunday, January 12, 2020

2019 ECEA Awards Banquet - Valley Forge Pa

It was a night of celebration as the members of the East Coast Enduro Association and ECEA Harescrambles Series gathered at the Valley Forge Casino and Convention Center to recognize their 2019 champions.

As always the house was full at this annual event. Both enduro and harescramble racers gather under one roof to present awards to some of the fastest riders this country has to offer. The ECEA has been notorious over the years for producing not only local but National and International champions. This association that was formed in 1972 continues to offer one of the best off road programs this country has to offer.

This annual event always kicks off with an afternoon vendor fair.

A little different format this year saw the ECEA award their 100% Club members mid afternoon.

All riders from the above two images attended every Harescramble round in 2019.


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Next up the evening format rolled into a social hour followed by a fantastic buffet style meal prior to the special awards and crowning of the 2019 champions. Association President Jamie Theurkauf thanked all the ECEA sponsors along with their officers and board members and the army of volunteers that works tirelessly to help put on these events.

Some ECEA volunteers were honored for their tireless efforts both on and off the track.

The High Mountain Dirt Riders were awarded "Harescramble of the Year".

The Ridge Riders won the "Enduro of the Year" award.


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Both ECEA President Jamie Theurkauf and long time volunteer Barry Seppy

were inducted in to the ECEA Hall of Fame.

Town and Country Cycles Sean Koeller is your 2019 Grand Enduro Champion.

Bromley Motorcycles Kyle McDonal is your 2019 Grand Harescrambles Champion.

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Click Here  to see all 2019 Harescrambles Series Points Standings


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Harescrambles Awards Winners.

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Monday, January 6, 2020

What A Hangover - Brapp Mag Weekend Race Report

Well it wasn't exactly what you're thinking - but it was the annual Hangover Harescramble put on by Trail Pros and the Sprint Cross Country Series (SXCS). Close to 500 racers from all around the Mid Atlantic region converged on the Wicomico Motorsports park to do battle in early January.

There's always a little first turn carnage when this many racers show up.

Check out our short video race recap below then scroll down to link to all images and complete results from the event.


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Photo by: Tonya Faulkner

Riders clinics were held on Saturday by Andrew DeLong above and Becca Sheets below.

26 riders total took part in the 6 hour training clinics.

Photo By: Heidi Helms Hawkins


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20 of the 24 Micro age riders that started, finished this 45 minute event in some pretty cold and slick riding conditions. A big way to go - goes out to all who entered under these conditions and to Landyn Dalmasso for grabbing the O/a win.

Cole Forbes races to the O/A win in the older Youth divisions.


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Owen Barnes receives congratulations from series promoter Bill Schlag for winning

the Youth Ironman award. Dave Redman would win the Adult Ironman honors.

What are you waiting on - the creek jump is this way.

You either did it - or you were swimming with the fishes.


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There was lots of great racing on the day, see link below for all pics.


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RORR's own Jarrett Mohn would take the O/A main event win

followed by Henry Symanski and Devin Cafasso.

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