Tuesday, June 4, 2013

1951 Fifteenth Annual Daytona Beach A.M.A. Motorcycle Classics Racing Souvenir Program

Welcome to Daytona Beach - Daytona Beach city officials and Volusia County officials join in extending a sincere welcome to the motorcyclists and motorcycle race supporters from all sections of the United States, Canada, Mexico and Cuba attending the annual winter speed classics here this season. For those who attend the beach events annually, the 100-mile amateur and 200-mile expert national championship races are nothing new - They know what to expect - and many of the interesting places to visit while in the Daytona Beach area. But for you newcomers who are making your first visit to Daytona Beach, be sure to visit the many interesting places in this area - and certainly Marineland, located about 35 miles north of Daytona Beach on U.S. Highway AIA. Daytona Beach, as you probably know, is the World's Most Famous Beach - a beach that extends for 24 miles over a stretch that you can drive your car. This extends from the inlet section just below the South turn of the four-mile beach and road cours northward above Ormand. At low tide you can drive 24 miles along the world's greatest beach - one made famous by racing experts with their many types of machines. Racing comes naturally at Daytona Beach. The strand has long been famous for many racing activities - dating back from the days of Sir Malcolm Campbell and all the other international stars who tested their speed machines over the sand. The annual Daytona Beach motorcycle classics have been staged annually, excepting war years, since 1937 - and they have become known as the world's greatest motorcycle races - over the world's most famous beach. So for all you racers and race fans - it's a sincere welcome to Daytona Beach and Volusia County - and here's looking forward to your return in future years. 1951 Fifteenth Annual Daytona Beach A.M.A. Motorcycle Classics Racing Souvenir Program available at www.DadsVintageAds.com CLICK THE PICTURE TO "BUY IT NOW"

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