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Midwest Moto Swap Bike Show Classes & Info


There are 8 categories for the Bike Show at the Midwest Moto Swap. We have something for everyone, including:

Best In Show
American Modern
American Vintage ('84 & earlier)
British
Cafe Racer
Competition

European
Japanese



Each category encapsulates everything from a bone stock bike to a full custom. Competition class is for full race bikes (drag, flat track, GP, you get the idea), and the rest are pretty self explanatory. Each category is judged, and we have some awesome trophies for the winners. The Best in Show is chosen from the entire pool of bikes by the judges as a whole. It is FREE to enter your bike in the show with your paid $5 admission! There will be a bike show registration table from 8 a.m. - Noon, and awards will be announced by 2 p.m. Now get that bike spit-shined and ready to ride!

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