Southern Wisconsin's Largest Motorcycle Show!!

There's a lot of information on this site. Please check out all the posts. They explain classes, location and other information in detail. If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email at


- Tim

Thursday, April 29, 2010

What A Weekend.............Spring Is Here!!

We would like to take a minute and thank all of the sponsors that have signed up and donated so much already.  The support of these local businesses and the motorcycle community is overwhelming.  Without them this show couldn’t happen. 

Please support our great sponsors (look to the right for their links/information).   

Sharer’s Cycle
On Saturday I'll be riding my black 1974 Moto Guzzi 850T up to Sharer’s Cycle Open House outside of Verona.  Sharer's is one of the oldest Triumph dealers in the country.  Lot’s of history and a great location to ride too.  It’s a great event, with a combination of old timers and “new” timers.  Lyall has done and seen a lot happen in the last four decades.   

Slimey Crud Run
On Sunday (May 2nd) the black 850T and I will once again be riding the Spring Slimey Crud Run.  This is a great event that brings several different types of motorcyclists together for a scenic ride through the beginning of the rolling hills of western Wisconsin.  The weather looks as though it’s going to cooperate so there will be a great turnout. 
I’ll be there handing out flyers to those that would like one for the show.  Don't worry, I'm not the guy who stuffs fliers on peoples bikes......that's too rude. 
If you would like to see a Vincent or maybe a 1927 JD Harley riding down the road as they were meant to, come out and check out the Slimey Crud Run this Sunday.
Don't forget when you're in Leland to get a summer sausage's just like what mom packed in your lunchbox as a kid.
Here’s more information on the Slimey Crud Run:

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Official Flyer

Here's the official flyer with registration form on the bottom.  To preregister cut off the form from the bottom, fill it out and send it in with $7.00.

Click on the flyer for a larger view!!  

If you would like paper copies, email me and I will mail you as many as you would like.


As we are getting closer to July 17th, it's time to start updating the blog more often.  Thought I'd start off by posting the official classes of the 2010 Tobacco Days Motorcycle Show.

Please see below for classes and explanations of each class:

American Big Twin
1. Big Twin Early 1900-1947 (F head, Flathead & Knucklehead)
2. Big Twin 1948-1984 (Panhead & Shovelhead)
3. Big Twin Evo & Twin Cam

American Small Twin
4. 1,000cc & Under 1900-1957 (D, R, W, K, KH & Servicar)
5. 1,000cc & Under 1957-1986 (Ironhead Sportster)
6. 1,200cc & Under 87-Present (Evolution Sportster)

American Touring
7. Touring Custom (Any American Made Touring/Cruiser)

Other American Classes
8. Bobber/Hardtail
9. Chopper
10. Sportbike (Any American made Sportbike)

11. 1900-1965
12. 1965-1981
13. 1981-Present
14. Touring
15. Sportbike

16. 1900-1981
17. 1981-Present
18. Touring
19. Sportbike

20. 1900-1969
21. 1969-1982
22. Sportbike
23. Touring
24. Custom

25. 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 Class
30. 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 Awards
There 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.

Stay tuned for more updates in the coming days/weeks!!

- WT