2011 LeoVince Grape Crusher Ride

May 13, 2011
Adam Waheed
By Adam Waheed
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Each year Italian exhaust and electronics brand, LeoVince hosts a group street bike ride in conjuncture with the AMA Superbike races taking place at Sonoma, California’s Infineon Raceway. The ride takes you through some of the best local roads. From tall redwood forests to curvy coastal highway the route gives you a taste of why northern California is such a sought after motorcycle destination. Check out some pictures from the event:
 
The Grape Crusher group ride departed from LeoVinces U.S. headquarters in Richmond  California.
The Grape Crusher group ride departed from LeoVince’s U.S. headquarters in Richmond, California.
Waheed zooms across the countryside at the controls of a 11 Triumph Daytona 675R.
Waheed zooms across the countryside at the controls of a ’11 Triumph Daytona 675R.
All make and model motorcycles were welcome during LeoVinces grape crusher ride.
All make and model motorcycles were welcome during LeoVince’s Grape Crusher ride.
Daytona Sportbike racer Melisa Paris Hayes joined the ride aboard a Yamaha YZF-R1.
Daytona Sportbike racer Melissa Paris Hayes joined the ride aboard a Yamaha YZF-R1.
The LeoVince wolfpack slices through traffic enroute to some of the Bay areas finest motorcycling roads.
The LeoVince wolfpack slices through traffic enroute to some of the Bay area’s finest motorcycling roads.
The roads around Infineon Raceway are some of the best in the U.S. for motorcycling.
The roads around Infineon Raceway are some of the best in the U.S. for motorcycling.

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