Judged Concours show for British, European & Japanese motorcycles model year 1985 and older.

There is no extra charge for the Concours. Just pay the admission fee at the gate and park your bike in the lineup according to the posted signs, then go to the Concours Registration booth and fill out an information sheet to hang on your bike. Only machines with British, European or Japanese motorcycle engines manufactured on or before model year 1985 are eligible for the Concours.

Registration for the Concours closes at 12:30 p.m. Judging begins at 12:30 p.m.

The Categories listed below are subject to change.

Two special awards are selected by the Classic Motorcycle Day board. The Bill Ford Memorial Classic Motorcycle Award is given to the person or motorcycle that represents the best of classic motorcycling. The Motorcycle of Most Technical interest is awarded for the machine that generates the most interest for its mechanical engineering.

Judges will hang “Honorable Mention” ribbons on all class winners (trophy winners & honorable mention winners). You will know before the trophy presentations if your bike is in the running for a trophy.

For more information on judging rules, click here


2020 Concours Classes and Number of Awards

Featured Marques: Japanese

Honda
Lightweight (400cc and under) – 2 trophies
Standard (over 400cc) – 2 trophies

Yamaha
Lightweight (400cc and under) – 2 trophies
Standard (over 400cc) – 2 trophies

Kawasaki – 2 trophies

Suzuki – 2 trophies

Other Japanese – 2 trophies

Japanese Competition – 2 trophies

British

Best British – 3 trophies

European

Best European – 3 trophies

Custom

All Makes – 3 trophies

Special Awards

Classic Motorcycle Trophy – (Best of Show)
Most Technical Interest
Oldest British
Oldest European
Oldest Japanese


Subject to change
Featured marques will rotate between Japanese, European and British every year