Oregon Trail Chapter

of the

Antique Motorcycle Club of America

   "Old Motorcyles don't leak, they mark their spot."

The Oregon Trail Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America is a group of motorcycle enthusiasts hoping to preserve motorcycle history. The club welcomes anyone interested in getting to know the people who ride, preserve, and enjoy antique motorcycles. Antique motorcycle ownership is not required to join the club.

Started in 1991, the Oregon Trail Chapter includes members from California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and British Columbia. Monthly meetings take place at the replica antique Texaco station at the Powerland Museum in Brooks, Oregon on the last Saturday of each month. We take our old machines out for occasional dinner rides, meet for "garage crawls," and after-meeting rides. We also have larger events, like Road Runs and Rally‚Äôs. The club is hosting a rally on July 21-23 with Holiday RV Resort on the McKenzie River Hwy as the headquarters.

The club members enjoy motorcycle riding, these old machines, and riding in the beautiful Northwest. Even if you do not yet own an antique bike, join us for the camaraderie of other members with similar interests, to gain great intel on restoring a bike, or perhaps share your knowledge with us. Visit the national website at

Meetings: Typically, last Saturday of each month.  But check website for meetings at special locations.

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