Silent auction to be part of the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Breakfast at Daytona, presented by Yamaha, March 14 during Bike Week
March 03, 2014
PICKERINGTON, Ohio -- The
2014 AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Breakfast at Daytona, presented by Yamaha,
will again include the popular silent auction fundraiser in addition to the
featured guest, Hall of Famer Craig Vetter. Vetter will be interviewed onstage,
answer audience questions and sign autographs with other Hall of Famers at the
Daytona 500 Club on Friday, March 14, in Daytona Beach, Fla.
The silent auction will feature one-of-a-kind autographed posters and
memorabilia, plus items donated by a number of companies in support of the Hall
of Fame. Companies include presenting sponsor Yamaha, Motul USA, Motion Pro and
others. Tickets are available at: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e8qzpxox416874a3&llr=vw9ldxbab.
This year's special guest, Hall of Famer Craig Vetter, is a renowned motorcycle
inventor, designer and racer. Vetter's iconic Windjammer fairings were
ubiquitous in the 1970s and '80s, and he designed bikes like the Mystery Ship
and the Triumph X-75 Hurricane before turning his attention to high-mileage
motorcycles, a cause he still champions today with a series of contests.
"The silent auction is always a great way to pick up something amazing,
like a poster autographed by dozens of AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famers, along
with some great products from companies that support the Hall of Fame, with all
the proceeds going to a great cause," said Jeffrey V. Heininger, chairman
of the American Motorcycle Heritage Foundation. "Tickets are still
available for our annual Breakfast at Daytona, and we certainly hope you can
make it to this Hall of Fame event honoring Craig Vetter."
The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Breakfast at Daytona will be held at the
Daytona 500 Club on the infield of Daytona International Speedway on the second
Friday of Bike Week, on March 14, with proceeds going to the AMA Motorcycle
Hall of Fame. For more information, visit http://www.motorcyclemuseum.org.