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Rice O Rama Vintage/Custom Japanese Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet is an This motorcycle event will be held on Sunday, September 7, from And last of all there is a nice swap meet behind the Edmunds center with parts and . More details and the schedule for next year is at dayline.info RICE-O-RAMA vintage and custom Japanese motorcycle show and swap meet sept. 9th at the singletary rod and gun club in oxford, ma.
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September Events - Rice-O-Rama, IMOC and More
Camping is free if you want come early or stay late. BMWs are in the majority but there is always a good mixture of makes and years. My son rode along on the Honda CBF.
The weather was warm and the road was fun.
We enjoyed the sights and bought lunch and I took about photos of all the bikes there. There was nice camping right on the grounds for tents or RVs. The emphasis is on antique motorcycles before Indians and Harleys are well represented but makes from all over the world are everywhere. One interesting display was the timeline of motorcycles parked by year covering the years to I was able to take a couple of photographs of almost every motorcycle parked in the display.
Rice-O-Rama Spencer, MA fairgrounds Sunday | Adventure Rider
For many motorcycles I was able to take a complete 16 photo set showing details from every view. This year the meet was held on August Fri-Sat. There was the good assortment of campers and day riders and vendors at the meet.
Lots of old Harleys and Indians and a good mixture of many other old bikes. Events included a bike show with judging and a group ride. The weather was pleasant up until Saturday afternoon when storms threatened. I had a logistical problem attending this meet. I spotted the bike for sale at the Rhinebeck meet in June and made a down payment then.Rice O Rama 2017 Japanese Motorcycle Swap Meet, Spencer, MA
My truck and trailer were off the road so I had to ride the bike home and Hebron was a good place to pick up the bike. I had to get there with my riding and camping gear and ride the bike home.
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It was summer and the weather was nice and the days long so this seemed like a reasonable plan. I arrived by bus in Willamantic around 6pm Friday afternoon but walking with all my gear was difficult and then painful. After 3 hours and six miles and sore arms and total darkness a cell phone call to Darryl, the seller, at the meet got me a quick ride the rest of the way and so after a long day I finally set up camp at the Hebron meet.
It had a few quirks as expected for a bike not ridden any distance for 20 years but even a small rain storm midway did not lessen the fun of that first ride.
Before I left on Saturday I was able to take photos of most of the motorcycles at the meet. They have been doing this since In this was August 15th to 17th.
More information about VRRA can be found at www. The Mosport track is located several miles outside of town with lots of space for racers and vistors. There are restrooms and a food stand for basic needs. Both RV and tent camping were very popular.
Besides almost contious racing events to watch there was a Concours d' Elegance bike judging that had a nice variety of vintage bikes. I hit several bands of rain but the temperature was pleasant and I arrived 7pm Friday evening. Saturday was a very busy day of photgraphing.
I headed for home around 6pm Saturday evening stopping at a motel along the way. Back in Cornish at 2pm on Sunday covering a little over miles round trip. I was able to take photographs. There is a good mixture of vintage race bikes and vintage street bikes. For many of the motorcycles I was able to do a full 16 view set. Mark's brother crafts the unique pewter trophies and medals for which the event is named. It is very low key with an emphasis on having fun and enjoying these old and even ancient motorcycles.
A scenic course is laid out for a fun ride and a cookout at the end for the riders I left early in the morning from Cornish NH for the 35 mile ride to Hillsborough Center NH.
Rice O Rama Vintage and Custom Japanese Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet – Sun. Sept. 13th 2015
It was a nice sunny day and riders kept arriving all morning. There was plenty of time to enjoy the bikes before they headed off on their ride around noon. I was able to take photos before I headed home. I believe every bike in the event was photographed with 16 views and most of the visitor bikes as well. This meet has quickly become a major meet for Japanese motorcycles in the New England area.
There was a judged competition of vintage and custom bikes. The bikes were arranged indoors although the weather was not a problem. There were enough vendors on the grounds outdoors selling bikes and parts to require a fair amount of time to properly inspect. It is nice to see a meet hit the spot like this one does.
More details and the schedule for next year is at www. I left early in the morning to get to the Rice-O-Rama Meet at a reasonable hour. I rode my Honda CBF. I took back roads going down so had a very nice ride.
I headed for home early enough in the afternoon so it was still light when I got home. I stopped by the St Gaudens National Historic Site near my house and took a photograph in the setting sun. While at the meet I took over photos. As usual it was held over a 3 day period Sep Most participants arrive Friday afternoon and things start early Saturday morning with a midpoint for lunch and then an afternoon ride back to Mt Snow. Then Sunday things wind down after the morning ride and the award ceremony.
It was about 40F at my place but I passed a lot of frosty low spots on my journey and was feeling the chill by the time I arrived at Mt Snow. After photographing the bikes as they headed out for their morning run I rode on over to the Mt Equinox Skyline Drive entrance where everyone was meeting for lunch.