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The Antique Motorcycle Club of America was founded in 1954 by a group of antique-bike fans in the New England area. In the decades since, the AMCA has grown to become one of the largest organizations of antique-motorcycle enthusiasts in the world, with 11,000 members in the United States and more than a dozen other countries.

From the beginning, the purpose of the club has been the “preservation, restoration and operation of old-time motorcycles.” Members of the AMCA own, restore, preserve, study or just admire motorcycles that fall into the antique category, meaning they are at least 35 years old. Although the Club is based in the United States, fans of motorcycles from all countries are welcome, and ownership of an antique motorcycle is not required to become a member.

 We are one of the 58 chapters world wide and we always welcome new members!  Our main goal is to celebrate antique motorcycles and have fun doing it!

1936 Harley-Davidson EL

1936 Indian Scout Pony

1921 Electrically Equipped Excelsior

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1912 Pope Single

Badger Heritage Chapter

Antique Motorcycle Club of America

Since 1988

Early Mitchell

1915 Merkel Model 575

Our 26th Year!
1988—2014

1913 Thor 13-U

1914 Iver Johnson Big 4 h.p.

Cleveland Master Four 4-45

1918 Henderson Model H

1910 Emblem 7 h.p. Twin

1910 Flanders 4

1915 Sears Dreadnaught Nine

1924 Ace Sporting Solo

1910 Yale 3-1/2 h.p.

1904 Imperial Motor Bicycle

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1904 Rambler Motor Bicycle

1911 Pierce 4 Cylinder Model

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