Just as he did on Friday, Wes did meet-’n-greets, autographs and lunchtime demo rides for fans on Saturday and Sunday, and our Superbike Anniversary tent, sponsored by Suzuki, was a popular spot, though I have to admit the location of the music stage and beer garden 50 yards away might have had a tiny effect on the crowds. The AMA did a bang-up job with the infield section this year, with the aforementioned attractions, as well as many other club and custom-bike tents. There was food aplenty, and even a pit-bike race on the grassy area above the tents, which was huge fun to watch and attracted several hundred spectators. As always, the swap meet, road racing and motocross/cross-country zones were packed to the gills, and, to my eye at least, this was the biggest VMD crowd I’ve seen in several years. Good weather all weekend helped, but all in all, VMD is a helluva fun event for anyone interested in the vintage/retro scene.