Photo: Please provide a photo of your bike with this entry form to assist with pre-classification.
Entry Fees: for judged bikes are $30.00 per spot, based on one bike per spot. Spots with electrical service are $45.00. Please submit one entry form for each motorcycle you are entering in the show, whether judged or non-judged.
While every attempt will be made to accommodate requests, it may not always be possible to do so.
Early Entry - If your paid entry, signed release, and photo for a judged bike is received by February 29, 2020, you will receive a FREE 32nd Annual Black Hills Motorcycle Show T-Shirt at the show. (Judge bikes only).
Questions: Contact Craig at (605) 645-0894 or Todd at (605) 391-9862 or email at email@example.com or visit our website at www.BlackHillsMotorcycleShow.com
CLASSIFICATION GUIDE FOR JUDGED CLASSES
This is a general guide - Judges will make final decisiions as to class assignments. Classes may be added, combined, or eliminated depending on the number of entries at the show. Please describe any modifications to your bike's frame, engine, bodywork, paint, or other modifications to your bike in the space below.
Photo: A photo of your bike is REQUIRED with this entry form to assist with pre-classification. Photos can be attached on page 1. Entries submitted without photos are subject to Committee acceptance at the door upon your arrival on Friday.
JUDGED CLASSES - This is a general guide - Judges will make final decision as to class assignment. Classes may be added, combined, or eliminated depending on the number of entries at the show. Your photo and description of your bike and its special features will greatly assist with pre-show classification and speed the judging process during the show.
1. MINI –BIKE/ SCOOTER - 2. SPORTSTER - Stock XL frame, minor modifications allowed, fewer than Street or Mild Custom Class.3. DYNA/FXR - Stock FX/FXR frame, minor modifications allowed, fewer than Street or Mild Custom Class.4. SOFTAIL - Stock Softail frame, minor modifications allowed, fewer than Street or Mild Custom Class.5. TOURING - Any factory touring bikes with fairing/windscreen or windshield, hard bags, and tour pack. Slight body modifications allowed, no frame modifications.6. SPORT TOURING – Any factory touring bike with hard or soft bags, with or without fairing/ windshield, luggage rack or crash bars. No tour pack, minor modifications allowed, no frame modifications. 7. PRODUCTION CHOPPER – Major company manufactured chopper titled with a federally issued VIN number such as Big Dog, Independent, OCC, American Iron Horse, or similar.8. SPORT BIKE – Any factory street bike produced with racing design or full fairing; modifications allowed.9. METRIC TOURING – Asian or European factory touring bikes with fairing w/windscreen or windshield, hard bags, and touring pack. Slight body modifications allowed, no frame modifications.10. METRIC NON TOURING - Any Asian or European manufactured bike not classed as Metric Touring.11. SURVIVOR CLASS – Any bike un-restored, barn fresh, from storage, or daily rider, at least 30 years old.12. CLASSIC – Any bike 25 to 45 years old, restored or original condition, minor modifications allowed.13. ANTIQUE – Any bike 45 years or older, restored or original condition, minor modifications allowed.14. COMPETITION – Any bike which is or has been raced in a sanctioned event, or with a number plate.15. UNDER CONSTRUCTION – Any bike under construction, being rebuilt, or partially completed.16. 3-WHEEL – Any bike with 3 or more wheels such as side car, trailer, or motorcycle trike conversion.17. STREET CUSTOM - Typically stock factory frame/engine/sheet metal with original paint. May have some additional chrome, accessories & aftermarket exhaust. 18. MILD CUSTOM - Typically factory or slightly modified frame/engine/sheet metal, with modifications to paint, engine, seat, exhaust, suspension, wheels/tires, and accessories.19. FULL CUSTOM - Typically one-off, ground-up radical build, no limits on frame source or modification, engine source/size or modification, stylized sheet metal, unique paint, bodywork, accessories, few if any factory parts20. BOBBER - Typically: rigid frame with few modifications; near stock front end length, type, and wheel/tire combo; no front fender, stock or similar tank, shortened rear fender; Spring mounted solo seat, little chrome, no bags, crash or sissy bars, minimal hand controls or gauges; Engine/frame combo same make and vintage.21. CHOPPER - Typically: rigid or strutted frame, often altered by rake, stretch, molding; Front end extended with narrow/skinny front wheel and tire; may include non-stock tank and fenders; custom paint, extensive chrome, frame- mounted two-up seat or solo with p-pad; Any engine/frame combo or vintage.22. MILD CUSTOM BAGGER - Typically: factory touring bike with bags. Fairing and tour pack optional. Stock factory unmodified frame with modifications to paint, engine, seat, exhaust, suspension, wheels/tires, and accessories. Stock to 23" max front wheel.23. FULL CUSTOM BAGGER - Typically: factory touring bike with bags. Fairing and tour pack optional. Modified frame, triple trees, or both; modifications to paint, engine, seat, exhaust, suspension, wheels/tires, and accessories; 26" max front wheel.24. OPEN/PRO CUSTOM BAGGER - Typically one-off, ground-up radical build with bags; fairing and tour pack optional; no limits on frame source modification, engine source or modification, stylized sheet metal, unique paint, bodywork, and accessories; few if any factory parts; 30" or larger front wheel.25. NON-JUDGED- Any bike that would like to be displayed but not classed. Acceptance based on space availability.
If you have questions on your classification please contact Craig at (605) 645-0894 or Todd at (605) 391-9862.