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2014 Quail Motorcycle Ride Photo Gallery
Around 115 riders took part in the 2014 Quail Motorcycle Ride, an annual celebration of both vintage and modern machinery in beautiful Carmel Valley.
We join 115 riders in a parade of vintage and collectible motorcycles for a 110-mile ride through Salinas and Carmel Valleys, including a few laps on the fabled GP track known as Laguna Seca.
The scene in front of Baja Cantina looked more like the Ace Café during the 2014 Quail Motorcycle Ride.
It was thumbs up from this happy couple who were all geared up and ready to ride.
Cycle World Editor-in-Chief Mark Hoyer does some mid-ride tuning to his Velocette.
It's not everyday you get to park next to an ultra-exotic motorcycle like this hub-steered Vyrus.
Riders get de-briefed before heading out on the 2014 Quail Motorcycle Ride.
Forty-two years after getting her BMW R60/2, Janet Wenholz fulfilled a promise to herself and rode her motorcycle on Laguna Seca.
The Quail attracts all sorts of machinery, like this Morgan West three-wheeler with an S&S engine.
What The Vintagent Paul d'Orleans lacked in horsepower, he made up for in moxie on his Velocette.
The guys from British Customs, 'Why We Ride' director Bryan Carroll, and Triumph's Larry Fletcher and Sarah Lahalih stand with the award winning BC 2014 Dirt Bike scrambler.
The way The Vintagent was flogging the Velocette around Laguna it's no wonder it needed an extra splash of gas!
The road through Carmel Valley is fairly technical, something the owner of this Norton Commando 850 found out the hard way.
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