Dauphin Island, Alabama


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Event# 251-509-5451

Event Details

The Mobile Bay Vintage Motorcycle Club will hold its annual Spring Motorcycle Show on Dauphin Island, Alabama at the Dauphin Island School (one mile west of the water tower). All makes are welcome. Registration will be $8 per bike. Registration will open at 11:30. Judging will begin at 1:15pm and winners will be announced at 2:45pm. Trophies awarded for the first 3 places in each class plus a best-of-show trophy. Rain date: following Sunday. Admission to the show is free and food will be available on site. Proceeds go to support the Dauphin Island School PTO. Virtually any motorcycle will fit in one of these classes so your bike should be there! Information: Carlos Forte at (251) 509-5451 or Jim Downey (251) 666-0825.


Address : Dauphin Island School Dauphin Island Alabama
Phone : 251-509-5451   (Always call and confirm events.)

Web Address : dauphinisland.org
Admission Fee : Free

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