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2013 Cycle World Rolling Concours

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Cycle World, America's leading motorcycle media brand, is proud to announce the exciting return of the Cycle World Rolling Concours to be held in conjunction with the 2013 Red Bull Indianapolis GP, August 16-18, 2013.

The Cycle World Rolling Concours will be held on Saturday August 17th. In Addition, Cycle World is thrilled to announce that the Cycle World Rolling Concours will be brought to you by BikeBandit.com.

The Cycle World Rolling Concours is a unique motorcycle event that gives owners a chance to prove that their vintage machines run as well as they look. The event judges vintage and custom bikes based on both form and function. Participants will join the Cycle World staff on a ride from the track to a private lunch spot before circling back to the Speedway where the bikes will be judged. To be eligible for judging, the motorcycle must complete the entire ride.

2013 Cycle World Rolling Concours Classes:

Classic I
Classic II
Modern Classic
American Classic
Japanese Classic
Street Special
   
(1959 & Older)
(1960 - 1975)
(1976 - 1987)
(Pre-1975)
(Pre-1975)
(Café-racers, bob-jobs, etc.)

Cycle World Staffers will serve as judges and course marshals. All participants will get a chance to win some great sponsor prizes. Special Rolling Concours parking will be available at the Speedway that will showcase the Rolling Concours machines to the race fans throughout the weekend. Trophies will be awarded, and winners will be announced at the conclusion of the event.

Thank you for your interest in the Cycle World Rolling Concours and we look forward to seeing you in August!

 Check out photos from the 2012 Rolling Concours at IMS

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