For a decent portion of the 40,000 or so enthusiasts that flow into Mid-Ohio’s grassy environs the VMD swap meet is a prime attraction and easily the largest and most dynamic swap meet in the country. It’s massive with nearly 80 acres worth, but it’s the stuff available there that really matters, and that’s where the VMD swap meet really resonates.
From early-century parts and hulks to classic ’80s and ’90s sportbikes, from ’60s and ’70s and ’80s motocrossers to all the classic minibikes many of us grew up with back in the day, you’re bound to find the parts, memorabilia or complete motorcycles you’re looking for there — or just something thoroughly fascinating. The stories of people stumbling onto something they just gotta have — and then trying to find a way to get it hauled to one of the coasts, or Montana, or New Mexico — are the stuff of legends. Look hard enough and you’re likely to find someone with room in their trailer from where you’re going. Come with cash, too, although more and more folks are carrying card machines these days.
Many of us have gotten lost in those seemingly never-ending lanes of legendary mechanical loveliness, and we have to tell you, there are far worse ways to spend a few hours.
Vendors get the opportunity to sell their vintage motorcycles, toys, apparel, accessories and more to thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts. Vendors also can purchase vendor camping, allowing you to stay closer to your booth. Vendors must also purchase tickets to enter VMD, the cost of entry is not included in the booth or camping prices.
Swap meet booths are currently in a preregistration period for those who purchased booths last year. Vendors who purchased a booth last year can reserve their same spot again for the 2023 Vintage Motorcycle Days. Open registration starts in the spring of 2023. See below for booth costs and booth details.
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