Carolina Thunder Motorcycle Drag Racing
Bring Your Tents & Chairs & Enjoy The Racing, The Vendors, The Entertainment, The Day or The Weekend.
You spend many hours and many dollars making them your own personal ride. With all that time and effort, why not bring them out and showcase what you’ve designed? We welcome ALL Motorcycles.
ATTENTION MOTORCYCLE SHOPS / CUSTOM BUILDERS / PAINTERS & INDIVIDUALS We welcome All Custom Bike Builders, Custom Bike Shops, All Show Bikes and Individuals wanting to show their Special Rides. Vintage Bikes, V-Twin, Metric, Customs, Trikes, Baggers and Choppers, All Bikes are Welcome. For shops interested in participating and possibly exhibiting customer and shop bikes, We welcome your shop displays. To reserve your space E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Awards: All Bikes entered in the show are eligible to win the “Best of Show” award. , Judges at each show decide the “Best of Class” and “Runner Up” in each class plus the “Best of Show” award.
Bike Show Classes — Registration at the CTMDR Merchandise Tent / Trailer
Entry Fee — $10,00 Per Bike Per Class
16 Bike Show Classes offered at the CTMDR Events
Vintage Class – Period Correct 1984 & Back
Vintage — All Vintage Motorcycles (Any Year – Any Brand) are welcome in this class.
Dyna / FXR
V-Twin Class – Non Harley
V-Twin – Non Harley — (Any Year – Any Brand) are welcome in this class
Street Baggers (Street appearance and look – Any Year – Any Brand) are welcome in this class.
Radical Baggers (Heavy Custom – Any Year – Any Brand) are welcome in this class.
Choppers — All Chopper M/C’s (Any Year – Any Brand) are welcome in this class.
Trike — All Trikes (Any Year – Any Brand) are welcome in this class.
All Motorcycles that do not fit into any of the above classes are welcome in this class.
All shows this year include a CUSTOM PAINT CLASS All Custom Painted Bikes (Any Year – Any Brand) are welcome in this class
Bike Show classes will be judged solely on the personal preferences of the judges. Judges’ decisions are based on quality of bike, not brand, model or who the owner is. Judges’ decisions are final. We do not claim that judges are experts on the subject matter. No score sheets will be made available for review by contestants. This is a fun event. Good Luck! *** Interested in being a Judge at our Bike Shows. Send us your info to email@example.com and we will be glad to give you a call.
Showing Your Motorcycle
Getting bragging rights by participating in a motorcycle show can be a fun way to spend the day. Knowing all of the details of how a motorcycle show works often helps your chances of actually winning one of these coveted trophies. It is simply a matter of knowing how to present both your motorcycle and yourself.
Prepare your motorcycle to be shown. It is a good idea to wash, polish and shine everything on your bike you can get to. If you plan on riding the motorcycle to the show, clean your bike before you go, and then do a good wipe down once you get there.
Be aware of all of the class designations that the motorcycle show is offering. Some are classed by year, make, and model, custom or stock.
Arrive early. The quicker your motorcycle is on display, the more people get to look at it. Have everything ready to fill out your entry form to enter your motorcycle.
Set your motorcycle up in a nice display along with any trophies from past shows or photos you have to show. Do not encroach on the other motorcycle’s space by spreading your stuff all over. Be courteous.
Stay with your motorcycle as much as possible. People like to look and ask questions about the motorcycles on display.
Sonny Productions LLC
280 Haynes Rd
Summerfield NC 27358
Sonny / Office 336-643-1367 Cell # 336-580-1638
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org