GOES VIRTUAL FOR 2020
SET UP YOUR COMPUTER OR LAPTOP. EVEN BETTER STREAM TO YOUR TV SCREEN, GET A COMFORTABLE CHAIR AND YOUR FAVOURITE BEVERAGE.
The Bulli Antique Motorcycle Weekend is online and virtual for 2020.
There will be no actual event held at Bulli this year.
As the NSW government is unlikely to allow gatherings of any size, the committee has decided rather than cancel, we will have an online event on Saturday the 29th of August. This will inlcude tech talks, on various aspects of vintage motorcycle restoration and preservation, AMCA judging and a sneak peak into some collectors garages.
There will also be an auction of significant parts and memorabilia. This auction will be global and promoted heavily nationally and internationally.
We invite people to submit significant parts and memorabilia (engines, gearboxes, speedos, basket cases etc identified by make, model and year). If you would like to submit entries for the auction please contact Keith Levy at Manshed Auctions on 0499 099 906.
So on Saturday the 29th of August, fire up the computer, choose your favourite beverage, get comfortable and enjoy the best parts of the Bulli weekend live and free in your lounge room. Why not stream it to your big screen.
For more details and full program, watch this space or check the website www.amcaaustralia.org
VIRTUAL JUDGING (VJ) PROTOCALS
1) AMCA VJ is limited to previously judged motorcycles from the 2019 season only. This includes: Junior Second, Junior First, and Senior award winners. New entrants and Winners Circle motorcycles will not be virtually judged.
2) Entrants must be AMCA members in good standing.
3) Entrants must pre-register and email to the secretary at or post to AMCA Australia Inc, P.O. Box 4539, Lakehaven. N.S.W. 2263.
4) Entrants will actively participate in the live-streaming of visual images of their entered motorcycle(s).
5) Entrants will be required to join a designated communications platform. The communication platform information will issued at the time of registration.
6) Entrants will be required to submit both their judging entry and a completed, detailed worksheet of all corrections. This worksheet should be numbered to correspond to the last judging sheet of this motorcycle. This includes physical corrections and any literature to rebut a disputed deduction.
7) Entrants will not be considered as members of the judging team. Discussion and information will be exchanged between members and judges, but debates or arguments are highly discouraged. The decisions of the judging team will be final with the opportunity of appeal.
8) AMCA judging sheets will be used and all data will be recorded in the AMCA judging data bank. Awards will be issued and posted to members according to points totals.
9) Participating judges will receive credit and recognition for their service.
10) Awards will be announced on Saturday the 29th of August.