LOCATED AT TRAM STOP #2
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The American Motor Drome Company’s Wall of Death
The American Motor Drome Company’s Wall of Death is an extreme act of motorcycle racing and cheating death stunts…and it will be an exciting feature at this year’s Barber Vintage Festival! The first Motor dromes appeared right here in the United States in the early 1900’s making them an authentic slice of baseball and apple-pie Americana.
Flesh-n-blood daredevils riding Vintage Indian, Antique Harley Davidson motorcycles and racing go-carts on the side of a vertical board wall. You are inches away from the action on our high elevated platform. Trick and Fancy riding performed 15 feet above the ground right on the side of a vertical board wall.
'On the Edge' 2-Wheel Action Show
The 'On the Edge' 2-Wheel Action Show brings the most unique action sports show to audiences throughout the southeastern US! Just like you have seen on 'America's Got Talent', this show provides an unforgettable experience of watching the riders explode up, over and off insane challenges while maintaining complete balance.
The trials riders conquer a monstrous obstacle course with amazing balance and a level of precision and control found in no other sport. Come see these top riders in action!
Southern Vintage Fire Apparatus Association
Southern Vintage Fire Apparatus Association is the Alabama/Georgia Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Appreciation of Antiques Motor Fire Apparatus in America (SPAAMFAA). SVFAA is a non-profit organization.
Founded in 1958, SPAAMFAA is and educational and historical society dedicated to the preservation, restoration and operation of antique fire fighting apparatus. Since its foundation, SPAAMFAA has grown to over three thousand members organized into fifty chapters. Although primarily located in the United States, SPAAMFAA members are located all around the world. Ownership of an antique fire apparatus in not a requirement for membership.
SVFAA brings together the region’s fire buffs to preserve the rich history of the fire service in the south. Our members come from all walks of life with a common passion for “old fire stuff.”