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Motor Psycho Round Up
Pre 75 Motor Psycho Round Up

Independent bikes welcome!
Choppers, bobbers, customs are the bikes featured in the Cycle Source sponsored area of the
indoor part of Torque Fest.

Since the motorcycles are not able to go out on the dirt track like the hot rods, the entry fee for
the Motor Psycho Round Up is $10 instead of the normal
$20 for the cars.


Cycle Source will be covering the event for future magazine article (we hope) and will be on site
so that those that are not familiar with the magazine can get hooked up.

The Motor Psycho Round Up will take place in the open air shelter and the Half Fast indoor
display building. This way the bikes will be able to come and go much easier throughout the
day.  There is concrete parking between these three buildings as well so there is no hassle for
parking.

Bring out your Norton, Triumph, vintage Harley or Indian, or BSA. Yes, custom Jap bikes are
welcome.  As long as the bikes will be something that looks like it would be in Choppers
magazine circa 1969, Cycle Source or DicE magazine.

Occ Bikes, touring bikes, and fat boys are welcome - but will have special parking outside.

Bikes must be old-school/traditional looking choppers, bobbers, or pre ‘75
cafe racers.  All pre-1965 STOCK motorcycles are welcome.  Jap bikes are OK - no crotch rockets
though - take a look at the current trends in Japan - the Yamaha SR400 is being transformed
into
something completely new.

1. No art bikes

2. No stock bikes

3. No twin cam Harleys

4. No new Indians, Buell, Big Dog, or West Coast Chopper/OCC style bikes

5. No aluminum wheels

6. No wide rear tires

7. EVO bikes are OK - just need to be TRADITIONAL STYLE!

In order to get everyone in and parked quickly, there will be no reserved

parking. If your club wants to park together, you must arrive together.

We reserve the right to refuse entry to any vehicle that we feel does not fit the spirit of the
show


Questions?
Email coolstuff@earthlink.net
Motor Psycho Round 2011 Up Sponsored by Half Fast Chicago, Cycle Source
Magazine, and the Limpnickie Lot.

Below is the image for 2011 & 2010 that was sponsored by DicE magazine.
Pre '75 Choppers, Bobbers, & Kustoms.
Foreign bikes welcome - no crotch rockets......
All Stock bikes that are pre '65 - WELCOME!
Entry criteria below.
Check out some of the bikes that were at Torque Fest 2011!
Antique Archeology will bring the Von Dutch XAVW! - This is a one off creation designed and built
by the legendary Von Dutch.

Mike Lange will bring out select historic board track motorcycles from his personal collection.  
Including the only known Flexi Side Car in existence!!! If we are lucky - Mike will give us an
exhibition on the dirt as well!  Can't wait to see that!
www.michaellangehistoricracingmotorcycles.com/

Jeff Carstensen will be displaying some amazing rides at the National Motorcycle Museum booth.