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The Antique Motorcycle Club of America

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Yankee Chapter

If you love old motorcycles as much as we do, you will be excited to know that the Yankee Chapter of the AMCA will again be at the motorcycle show showcasing an impressive display of vintage motorcycles.

1947 Indian Chief

Here are a few words from the Yankee Chapter:

“The Yankee Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America is pleased to be back at the Springfield Motorcycle Show with our display of members’ antique motorcycles. The AMCA defines an antique as at least 35 years old.   This puts a wide variety of machines in the scope of the hobby.  Plenty of Japanese, European, and American models are available to ride, restore, and love.  With a vibrant membership, we are proud owners of a diverse selection of models.

AMCA motorcycles

The Yankee Chapter is the New England region chapter of the AMCA. 
We have over 225 members. 

2018 National Meet


Each year the Yankee Chapter hosts an AMCA National Meet and at least three Camp and Ride weekends in New England. Here at Springfield we are promoting this year’s national meet in Terryville CT.

Our National meets have plenty of activities including antique parts vending, motorcycle judging, motorcycle riding and much more.

Additional details can be found on our website   or you can contact the chapter president Ted Smith at


AMCAThe Antique Motorcycle Club of America established itself in 1954 and has grown to over 11,000 members worldwide. The AMCA has grown to almost 90 chapters throughout  the USA, Europe and Australia. The purpose of the club has always been the “preservation, restoration and operation of old-time motorcycles.”  You can find out more about the AMCA at their web site


1934 Zundapp Motorcycle


Antique motorcycles must be 35 years old, of any brand and nationality. You will find plenty of Harleys, Indians, BMW, and Triumph but some of the most interesting and beautiful are the unusual names that have been out of production for decades or little known in the USA: Zundapp, Henderson, Pope, ACE, BSA, Thor, among others. Prior to 1915 there were over 700 different brands in the USA.



Yankee Chapter

The local chapter of the AMCA is the Yankee Chapter.  It covers the New England area.  The Yankee Chapter of the AMCA was founded in 1973 and currently has a membership exceeding 200.
You can find out more about them at

The primary goal of the club is to foster the enjoyment of old motorcycles, connect people with each other, and provide a forum for the sharing of information, parts, and machines.

The Yankee Chapter also has a philanthropic side, supporting individuals and organizations in need.

1905 indian


To keep up with all of the local events, visit The Yankee Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America  on the web or visit their Facebook page at:



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