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Website: www.VeniceVintage.com

SCHEDULE OF RALLY EVENTS
Venice Vintage Motorcycle Rally.
Saturday, September 14th.
Presented by VVMC and Deus Ex Machina

Our rally gets bigger and better every year. This year’s will not disappoint!

8AM – Pre-ride Meetup. 1625 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice, CA 90291 (about a block north of Venice Blvd. @ Palms Blvd.)

9AM – “Ride to the Rally” This is a round trip ride, Venice – Pepperdine (via PCH) – Venice. ALL BIKES, ALL YEARS WELCOME!!!

11AM – 6PM – The 6th Annual Venice Vintage Motorcycle Rally. 2150 Dell Ave. Venice, CA 90291.

- Bike judging in several categories
- Vendor booths
- Live music all day long
- Beer Garden
- Raffle prizes all day

3PM – Venice Vintage Pin Up Girl contest. Hosted by Nik Rae Falco of Venice Trim Salon / Venice Rocks. Celebrity judges and cash prizes!

5PM – Announcement of the SS Classics Motorcycles raffle bike winner.
A fully restored 1965 Honda CB160 Racer. Go to venicevintage.com for tons of juicy pics and details!
This show quality bike is valued at over $10,000.
Pre-sale raffle tickets are still available for (FOUR MORE DAYS ONLY) at venicevintage.com. Only TEN DOLLARS !!!!!
You need not be present at the rally to win.

Tickets and Info Available Here
1. ONLINE Ticket Availability Ends Wednesday (9/11/13)
2. IN PERSON Ticket Purchases Available DAY OF RALLY EVENT (9/14/13)

http://www.venicevintage.com/rafflebike/click-to-buy-tickets-only-10

Please bring a new /or used helmet in good condition (open face only) to donate to The Helmet Project.
The Helmet Project is a non-profit company that teaches mc safety in impoverished countries.
Qualify to win prize from Deus Ex Machina.

More details at venicevintage.com

UPDATE:

This month we will not be hosting the 3rd Sunday ride (since this falls the day after our rally).

Instead……

Recovery Mass, hosted by Deus Ex Machina.
Sunday, Sept. 15 – 10AM to whenever

- Bacon and Egg Rolls
- Bloody Mary’s
- Coffee

See you all This Weekend!!!!
-VVMC
« Last Edit: 09/13/13 01:00PM by CBRunyan »

deadhand

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Looks fun!

mbstr

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I'll be there!

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I'm def in.  Look for me if you're there.  I'll be at the pre-rally ride, too.
« Last Edit: 09/13/13 11:17PM by aeolian »
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« Reply #6 on: 09/14/13 01:59PM »
Some pics

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« Reply #7 on: 09/14/13 01:59PM »

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Cool show.  The British customs guys are the friendliest of the vendors. 

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Went for a sandwich with a couple of members before  leaving for the show and had head phones on but could smell brakes so I pulled over and this is what I found, The guy that mounted my tire put one of the brake pads in ass backwards and it destroyed my rotor (That's what I get for listening to music) Ordered a new one on Ebay and there gonna pay But now Im stranded for a couple a days! :6:

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There were some bikes inside the show that were ridiculous like a burlap sack covered little Buel beginner blast bike, while truly special bikes were just parked outside. Lol.

Some bikes that caught my eye:

Beautiful R 90s.  This was really the beginning of modern sport bikes.


I've seen this all over the Internet, but it was cool to see it in person and appreciate it. 


Really clean and simple dues Bonnie. 


I like the direction this Moto Guzy is going in, but exhaust wrap on the forks?


This is an example of a totally douchey bike where all the things were bought and installed but the owner was totally chill.


On the flipside here is a bike that is so genuinely bad ass, but the owner seems to be the only douchey part.

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Now I know why I saw a bunch of vintage bikes on the 405 while driving home from the airport.

I almost rear-ended someone while staring at a 80's BMW R80 I wanted so badly.

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Went for a sandwich with a couple of members before  leaving for the show and had head phones on but could smell brakes so I pulled over and this is what I found, The guy that mounted my tire put one of the brake pads in ass backwards and it destroyed my rotor (That's what I get for listening to music) Ordered a new one on Ebay and there gonna pay But now Im stranded for a couple a days! :6:
Since when does a tire change require removing brake pads?  Incredible!

 

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