A big shout out to the volunteers that helped out at the show on Sunday including among others – members of the Ton Up Club Chicago and the three ladies below who handled registration and merchandise sales – Rebecca Berneck, Julie Cohen, and Sheila Donoghue. These great women also each have their own businesses which I encourage you to check out:
Rebecca – Officeheads – http://www.officeheads.com
Julie – Hubba Hubba – http://www.hubbahubbawilmette.com
Sheila – Happy Wash Laundromat – https://www.facebook.com/HappyWashonWilson/
Thank you for the great support from the City of Evanston including the Economic Development, Streets & Sanitation, Park & Recreation, Police, and Fire departments! And to Mayor Hagerty for stopping by the show.
Below are the winners by category, judged by their fellow show peers:
American – John Errera – 1912 Indian
British – John Schroeder – 1969 BSA 441
German – Dan May – 1969 BMW R69S
Italian – Bryan Lassner – 1978 Moto Guzzi V50
Japanese – Eric Long – 1975 Kawasaki Z1
Custom – James Glover – 1968 Harley Davidson Sportster
Congratulations to all of you!!
And even more pics at some of our sponsors, check them out…..
And even more pics taken by photographer’s Fred Teifeld and Bill Nesius can be found at:
Fred Teifeld Photography
Bill Nesius Photography
Thank you to all who came out today for the Evanston Motorcycle Classic!! While the weather was questionable, it didn’t stop at least 70 motorcycles + spectators from coming out to this inaugural event!
Based on feedback, we are starting to plan next years event!!
Even if you don’t ride a motorcycle, you are more than welcome to attend the Evanston Motorcycle Classic. Many people appreciate the design, form, and function of transportation in many forms. Tomorrow you will see motorcycles on two wheels and maybe three. Motorcycle art will be on display that was conceived by the original designer or those that took the original design to a new level and customized their motorcycle. You may not ride, but appreciate art….consider art on two wheels vs. framed…
If you are in the Chicagoland area and planning to attend the Evanston Motorcycle Classic tomorrow, don’t be afraid. The rain should be gone and aside from some potential wind, the weather is going to be seasonal and great for this event!
Just a heads up that construction continues at the corner of Orrington Ave. and Davis St. in Evanston. The event site is just beyond this intersection. Unfortunately riders will will need to go through this intersection with wavy, uneven pavement to get to the show. The pavement is fine beyond this and in the area of the show.
In addition to taking a ride up the beautiful north shore, there are several things to do in Evanston on Sunday after the show. Consider these:
- Dine at one of the great restaurants downtown
- Shop the unique stores
- Check out the lakefront
- Check out the micro-brews
- Visit Evanston Oktoberfest 2017
Stay in tune with what’s happening in Evanston with Downtown Evanston:
Of course, the Evanston Motocycle Classic encourages an adult approach to drinking and riding…
American Classic & Customs will be selling motorcycle oriented jewelry and apparel. More info can be found at:
In addition, Leather Werks will be at the show. Find a patch you like and have it sewn on real-time on apparel you buy at, or bring to the show!
Be sure to visit them!