2016 Cannonball

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We are honored to be a part of something very special. A true Century Race, the 2016 Cannonball.

All riders are required to have a 100 year old motorcycle. Only 1916 and earlier machines are allowed to run in the 2016 Cannonball and only 100 riders were chosen to participate in this historic endeavor.

On Saturday, 10 September, 2016 we will depart Atlantic City, New Jersey and travel 3,400 miles across America to end up in San Diego, California on Monday, 26 September. Sixteen days on the road with one day off. An ambitious ride to say the least, averaging around 300 miles per day this will be a true endurance run.


By now you realize that the event is over!  The 2014 Motorcycle Cannonball Endurance Run is history!  The event was won by Hans Coertse on a 1924 Indian Scout.  Congrats go out to him!

HOWEVER, Steve Rinker #7 on a 1936 Indian Chief named Rose,  is our winner back home!  He rode the entire mileage of the event and we are so very proud of his accomplishment.  Here’s a picture of him crossing the finish line in Tacoma, Washington! Read more