Motorcycle Rally

& Hendee Day

Saturday, July 21, 2018, 11am – 3pm

Click here to view a gallery of photos from previous years

 

IndianRallyArtIf you love motorcycles, then you want to be at Hilltop Farm on Saturday, July 21. The Friends of the Farm at Hilltop (FOFAH) are once again hosting their popular Vintage Motorcycle Rally fundraiser.

Bikes of every make and model are welcome!

See vintage Indians, new Indians, and other beautiful and interesting motorcycles. Enjoy a visit to the gentlement's farm of Indian Motocycle founder George Hendee. Gates open to the public at 11:00 am. Several food trucks will be offering lunch and snacks. Other vendors will be onsite as well. A donation of $10.00 per bike or per car is suggested.

Click here to download our poster.

Opportunities for vendors and rally sponsors are still available
Click here to download an application.
for more info eMail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (860)758-0668
 

The site of the rally is part of the original 500-acre Hilltop Farm of George Hendee, co-founder of the Indian Motorcycle Company in Springfield, Mass. All proceeds will go towards restoring the 20,000 sq. ft. Colonial Revival dairy barn Hendee built in 1914. FOFAH was organized as a nonprofit in 2002 with the mission to preserve the Hilltop farmstead as a resource for educational, agricultural and conservation activities for the Connecticut and Western Massachusetts community.

The July 21 weekend boasts two other big events for Indian Motorcycle fans. The Indian Come Home rally at Indian Motorcycle of Springfield is this weekend and Indian Motorcycle Day at the Springfield Museums is Sunday, July 22. Their Lyman & Merrie Wood museum is home to the largest collection of Indian cycles and memorabilia in the world. Many visitors plan to make a weekend of it!

 
 

See photos from 2011 on our Facebook page.  

 

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