1 to 5 p.m. The AMCA Bike Show and the Kick-start Challenge– At Stone Edge Skate Park
For the second year in a row, the AMCA will host an Antique Bike Show on Wednesday of Bike Week (March 3 this year) at the Limpnickie Lot, which is a place where young custom-bike builders show off their work and talent. The show is open to all motorcycles at least 35 years old. But the exhibit will also include an interactive feature that debuted last year, the AMCA Kick-start Demo bike display, in which visitors will get a chance to fire up two authentic antique motorcycles on display— a 1946 Harley Knucklehead and a 1945 Indian Chief. The bikes’ owners, Matt Olsen and Rocky Halter, will be on hand to guide visitors through the process of setting throttle, spark advance and choke controls before kicking the V-twin engines to life. Trophies will be handed out for best Antique Chopper, Bobber, Survivor, and Restored, so bring your old bikes out!