Through a unique partnership, the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA), The United States Classic Racing Association (USCRA) and Canada’s Vintage Road Racing Association (VRRA) have joined together to reboot this legendary series, with history dating back to its creation by Bob Coy in the early 1980’s.
In an effort to create a friendly rivalry between the USCRA and the VRRA and to support one another’s clubs, the initial AM-CAN series consisted of four distinct rounds, two in the States and two in Canada. After many successful years, interest and participation in the series waned.
Fast forward to 2016. Through the hard work and cooperation between the three major North American vintage racing organizations, Ashton Bond (VRRA), with assistance from Christopher
Spargo (AHRMA) and Doug Donelan (USCRA) worked to reboot the series. After several months of discussions and negotiations, The revamped AM-CAN Championship Series was born.
The intention of the Am-Can Championship Series is to bring vintage road racing closer as a whole
by fostering a spirit of friendly rivalry among the American and Canadian racing organizations with
exciting head-to-head competition simultaneously promoting travel opportunities within each organization.
Our goal is to make all vintage road racing events stronger, more competitive and that much more enjoyable.
The relaunch of the AM-CAN Championship Series will run concurrently with the respective yearly
road race event schedules of each participating organization. All licensed members of each club are eligible and encouraged to participate. The series rewards both individual racers and teams who finish well and finish often; all while encouraging growth and interaction among the three organizations.