Kat Stuart

OWLS HEAD — Come hear the rumble at the Owls Head Transportation Museums Vintage Motorcycle Festival Sept. 4 and Sept. 5, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

This annual gathering attracts hundreds of antique motorcycles from all over New England. With marques including Triumph, Harley Davidson, Indian, Honda, Ducatti and BMW interspersed with rare and obscure antique bikes from the world over.

Designated space inside the gates and alongside the show ground will be reserved for owners of late model motorcycles wishing to show off their bikes.

Exhibitors are welcome. Get free admission for drivers and one passenger when exhibiting at this event with one of the following: any classic, custom or special interest vehicle that is more than 20 years old and/or any Japanese-manufactured motorcycle from any production year.

Exhibitors include a car show, live demos, open air café, aircraft demonstrations, vintage car rides and more.

With more than a dozen rare, restored and replica aircraft in our collection, The Owls Head Transportation Museum includes antique aircraft demonstrations as part of this event.

All aircraft activities are subject to change, based on weather conditions.

Ticket rates are $18 per adult and $16 for seniors 65 and older. U.S active military members, veterans and children under 17 years of age have free admission.

All active U.S. service members can enter free of charge upon showing their Geneva Conventions Common Access Card. Veterans must present a DD Form 2 or DD214. Free admission does not apply to spouses or other family members.

The museum follows Maine CDC guidelines and recommends that all guests wear face coverings while inside museum buildings.

For more info, visit owlshead.org, call 594-4418 or email info@owlshead.org.

Kat Stuart