Edgerton Tobacco Days Motorcycle Show and Poker Run 2010, Edgerton, WI





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Edgerton Tobacco Days Motorcycle Show and Poker Run (# 15404)

17-Jul-2010 (Saturday)

Edgerton, WI Edgerton Tobacco Days Motorcycle Show and Poker RunEdgerton Tobacco Days Motorcycle Show and Poker RunEdgerton Tobacco Days Motorcycle Show and Poker Run

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The 2010 Tobacco Days Motorcycle Show is a motorcycle show with over 30 classes that cater to all makes and models of motorcycles. It is held on Saturday July 17th in downtown Edgerton Wisconsin (where Hwy 51 and Hwy 59 meets).This is a non-profit event. All proceeds go directly back into the community via scholarships, food bank and other community donations.There is a free screening of “American Cafe” all day. “American Cafe” chronicles the two friends who build a couple of old bikes into cafe racers in time for the legendary Slimy Crud Run.There are several different restaurants and bars directly at the show that are serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.The Poker Run starts at 10:00 AM at the show and takes riders on a scenic tour around the massive Lake Koshkonong. The Poker Run ends at Racetrack park on the west side of town where there will be live music, food and refreshments served until midnight. It costs $10 for the Poker Run, but it has a 70/30 payout!!There will be door and raffle prizes all throughout the day.All show participants receive a gift bag from our generous sponsors.Kickstand plates are provided free of charge at the show and at Racetrack Park.3-D Sound will be providing music and a DJ during the show.Admission to the show is $10 the day of the event and $7 for pre-registration.Free event t-shirt for the first 25 pre-registrations. Event shirts will be on sale during the show.All bikes are welcomed!Classes are as follows:American Big Twin1. Big Twin Early 1900-1947 (F head, Flathead and Knucklehead)2. Big Twin 1948-1984 (Panhead and Shovelhead)3. Big Twin Evo and Twin CamAmerican Small Twin4. 1,000cc and Under 1900-1957 (D, R, W, K, KH and Servicar)5. 1,000cc and Under 1957-1986 (Ironhead Sportster)6. 1,200cc and Under 87-Present (Evolution Sportster)American Touring7. Touring Custom (Any American Made Touring/Cruiser)Other American Classes8. Bobber/Hardtail9. Chopper10. Sportbike (Any American made Sportbike)British11. 1900-196512. 1965-198113. 1981-Present14. Touring15. SportbikeEuropean16. 1900-198117. 1981-Present18. Touring19. SportbikeJapaneese20. 1900-196921. 1969-198222. Sportbike23. Touring24. CustomOther25. Competition 1900-1980 (Off road competition type bikes only. Dirt bikes, Motocross, Flattrackers, Drag, Bonneville Speed Bikes, TT, Trials, etc)26. Competition 1980-Present (Off road competition type bikes only. Dirt bikes, Motocross, Flattrackers, Drag, Bonneville Speed Bikes, TT, Trials, etc)27. Cafe Racer (Any brand or model of bike modified in the spirit of cafe bikes)28. Two Stroke (Any brand or model of two stroke street bike)29. Special Interest (This class is for bikes that don't fit in other classes. For example, Rat Bike, scooters, trikes)Youth Class30. Youth Class:This class was created to get the next generation involved. Any child 15 and under in age is invited to bring their dirtbike, atv or go cart down. Youth class entrance fee will be two or more non-perishable food donations to the local food bank. These donations can be brought the day of the event. There will be a drop off location. Non-perishable food donations are welcomed from anyone!)Special AwardsThere will be two special awards given out.The first is the Bill "Spoons" Collins Best of Show Award. Bill Collins was a dear friend to many in the motorcycle community and industry. His never ending work in charities, supporting young people and his community will never be forgotten. This award will be selected by show participants only. One vote per participate.The second award is the Bob Huber Distance Award. Bob Huber was a well respected motorcycle mechanic, tuner and rider. His never ending desire for motorcycles and his well known reputation for riding more miles than most is remembered with this award. The rider that rode the longest distance to the show receives this award. Make sure to fill out "Miles to Show" on the registration form.Sidecars/Hacks are welcomed in all classes.Please check our website for more information.

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