Goman said that King showed particular enthusiasm in vintage racing at a recent AMA Board of Directors meeting. Goman was happy to oblige King’s interest."Perry and I just hit it off, and I let him know about coming out and vintage riding," Goman said. "I offered him a ride on one of my bikes, and he was very interested in doing it. I told him I normally ride the hare scrambles and then vintage motocross, and he was game."While King said he’s thrilled and excited to compete at the AMA Racing Vintage Grand Championships, he doesn’t intend to ride on the edge in either the woods during the hare scrambles or on the track during motocross."There are just three rules: don’t crash, don’t crash, don’t crash," King said. "You just can’t heal the way you can when you’re young. I do tend, certainly in cars, to find it hard not to go for it. But I want to make sure I have many years left of fun. I’m not looking for the red mist to descend over my eyes."Goman is an Ossa aficionado, and will likely loan King a 1974 Ossa Phantom 250 to ride at the AMA Racing Vintage Grand Championships."I don’t know much about it, but I love everything with two wheels, so I know I’ll love it," King said. "If I were Charles, though, and I had more than one race bike, I’d give the other guy the more difficult one to ride."King said that the vintage racing program isn’t the only activity he’s looking forward to at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days.