AMCA Legends Chapter

Next Meeting
FEB 25th 2018
Peach Blossom

2018 AMCA Legends Chapter "Legend Of The Year"

Wahl E. Walker​​

Check out Wahl E. Walker the oldest living "Continuing" rider of the Wall of Death, rides the American Motor Drome Company's Wall of Death at the 2015 Barber Vintage Festival. Derived from American board track (motordrome) racing in the early 1900s, the very first carnival motordrome appeared at Coney Island amusement park (New York) in 1911. The following year portable tracks began to appear on traveling carnivals, and in 1915 the first "silodromes" with vertical walls appeared and were soon dubbed the "Wall of Death."
Wahl E has performed in many shows and different  "Wall Of Death" Productions.
Thank You Wahl E ! for putting on the best show of "Wall Riding" over all these years !

Great Video of Wahl E. Walker and The Wall of Death

About Us
AMCA Fastest Growing Chapter
Our Members
Located in the Upstate of South Carolina. We have a lot of beautiful roads for scenic riding.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is just minutes away. Also the foothills has many roads to enjoy including Lake Lure N.C. and Chimney Rock N.C. Many of our members are from the S.C and N.C. area.
Why are we called the AMCA Legends Chapter?
The idea of starting a new AMCA chapter had to be different.
Our plan is to Honor a person each year at our premier show "Antique Bikes on Main"  who has dedicated his life to motorcycles and to the history of motorcycles. Some are famous and others are Legends in their own way. 
To learn a little more about us check out the article below.
We had over 27 members at the first meeting!
09-19-15 The AMCA Legends Chapter-2.doc