The VMCCWA Old Iron Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet – 22 March 2020 – gates open 8am for buyers and members of the public.
Held at the Cannington Showgrounds, Albany H’way & Station Streets, Cannington, annually.
22 March 2020
Comprising 3 main attractions
Schedule of events
a. Gates open 7.30am for sellers only
b.Gates open 8.00am for buyers
c. 9.00, 10.00 and 11.00 Static Bike Display – A number of older machines will be started for the interest of the public – Location – outside the main display hall
d. 10.30 Centenary Motorcycle Display Awards – For members of the public displaying machines over 25 years of age – Location – hard stand area behind the main display hall
e. 11.30 VMCC of WA Display Awards – For VMCC of WA categories as follows: – Veteran / Vintage – (Pre 1931), Post Vintage – (1931 – 1950), Classic – (1951 – 1970), Post Classic – (post 1970), People’s Award, Door Prize winner drawn. Location – Main Display Hall
f. 12.00 Show closes
Displays on the history of motorcycling will also be in the main hall.
Live displays of running vintage machines will be held if conditions permit.
To celebrate a hundred years of classic motorcycles, 1896-1995, members of the public with bikes which were manufactured prior to the end of 1995 (i.e. those over 25 years of age) are welcome to register for the Centenary Motorcycle Show which will be held in conjunction with the VMCCWA Classic Show. See details here.
Machines For Sale are welcome and a display area will be provided for this purpose.
Trade displays are also welcome.
This year, we are pleased to announce that the iconic Australian actor and author Steve Bisley, known for his role as “Jim Goose” riding the MFP 1000 Kawasaki in the film Mad Max will appear as the Old Iron event MC and Show ambassador. Steve has a cult following in the motorcycle world and is recognised internationally for his roles.
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