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The Pewter Run Celebrates the first fifty years of motorcycling in America. It is loosely patterned after two famous and long established "vintage" motorcycle events in the UK; The PIONEER RUN, an event for Pre-1915 motorcycles run by the Sunbeam M/C club" and the VMCC's BANBURY RUN, for Pre-1930 motorcycles.
The First event started and finished on the historic town common in Hillsborough Center, New Hampshire. This very picturesque setting is in the heart of rural New England with its many historic villages, fine homes, old inns and winding country roads. The premiere "first of its kind " AMA sanctioned event is organized and hosted by the United States Classic Racing Association, Americas oldest vintage racing organization
American Iron Magazine.
We are excited to bring the first New England Kickstart Classic all-brands motorcycle ride to Concord the night before the Pewter Run so we can join the fun. Sponsored by American Iron Magazine, RoadBike, Baker Drivertrain, Spectro oils and Geico Insurance. More info at www.aimag.com. >>>
Smoke Shack of Boscawen joins the Pewter Run.
The Pewter Run would like to welcome the Smoke Shack Southern BBQ restaurant of Boscawen. The Smoke Shack is a major contributor to the Concord, Penacook, & Boscawen community. They are also a huge supporter in the sport of motorcycling. They have sponsored many great events in the area such as C.H.a.D and Chris Bouchard Race Team to name a few. The Smoke Shack has two locations, Route 4 in Boscawen and the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH. Home of the Inferno Burger and the best BBQ in the area, the Smoke Shack will make this selves available for the Pewter Run entrants and welcoming the KickStart Classic to the area. So ride your bike to the Smoke Shack as all bikes are welcome.
Boscawen (603) 796-2046
Loudon (NHMS) (603) 513-5976
Official Poster for the 2013 Pewter Run.
The Pewter Run is excited about the 2013 event. With each year, we like to bring something new to the table. and one of these new things is this limited edition 2013 Pewter Run Print. Only a select number have been printed. A select few of these prints will be available for purchase in one of the up coming USCRA events. keep checking back to find out which one. This print in a Bob Coy creation>>>
Although we are a vintage organization, we must stay with the current times. One of the ways we need to do so is our websites. So coming this month the race-USCRA website is getting an overhaul. This is long over due and we feel it's time. One of the new features is the integrated search engine for all 3 USCRA divisional websites. We have delevoped an inhouse search engine to allow you to search for your interest within the MotoGiro, Pewter Run and Race-USCRA. So take a look around and let us know what you think,
Thank you to Fulmer Helmets for sponsoring the Pewter Run this season. Like the Pewter Run, Fulmer Helmets is built on style and reputation. We are proud to wear the Fulmer brand helmet along with the most comfortable and stylish apparel. If you would like to learn more about Fulmer and there amazing line...
Back by popular demand, we are off to a 2nd great year at the Penacook Historical Society. preparations are being made to launch the event in 2013 with some special guests and events. so check back with us to find out more about this seasons Pewter Run.
As the events near, keep up to date on any additions or changes as well as being the first to received notices on limited Pewter Run memorabilia
Dave Roper- Dave Roper Racing
Last Sunday was the USCRA's Pewter Run. This is a road ride for pre-1950 (and some 'like design' post '50) motorcycles. I had done this a few times in the past on my '53 Moto Guzzi Airone Sport, which is substantially the same as when this model was revised in 1949, but it's apart at the moment awaiting my attention at the end of the racing season. But, Mark Gibson, founder of the Pewter Run, came to the rescue. He arranged a ride for me on Tony Lockwood's 1936 Excelsior Manxman 500.
Buzz Kanter American Iron Magazine Forum
I recently heard the date for the 2010 running of the Motorcycle Pewter Run in New Hampshire is tentatively scheduled for October 3, 2010. That is a week after the end of the Motorcycle Cannonball Run. So....if you like to ride old (pre-1950s) and mostly original bikes with others, and you are in the New England area the Pewter Run might be a good choice for you. It is a one day time distance event in the back roads of New Hampshire. I went last year with my 1924 Harley JD and and 1948 Harley Panhead and we had a blast. Sure hope I can make it back from California with my Motorcycle Cannonball bike in time (and assuming it is still in decent running condition after riding it across the US).
Jon Gibson - Gibson Pewter
The 6th Annual Pewter Run vintage motorcycle race took place here on Sunday, October 3. Thirty-one vintage (pre-1950) American and British bikes were entered in the race and enthusiasts from around the Northeast made the trip to Hillsborough Center to admire the vintage motorcycles, watch the race, and enjoy the cookout & awards cast by event supporter, Gibson Pewter.
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