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.
- Around 115 riders took part in the 2014 Quail Motorcycle Ride, an annual celebration of both vintage and modern machinery in beautiful Carmel Valley.
- Cycle World Editor-in-Chief Mark Hoyer does some mid-ride tuning to his Velocette.
- It was thumbs up from this happy couple who were all geared up and ready to ride.
- 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 road through Carmel Valley is fairly technical, something the owner of this Norton Commando 850 found out the hard way.
- The way The Vintagent was flogging the Velocette around Laguna it's no wonder it needed an extra splash of gas!
- 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.
- The scene in front of Baja Cantina looked more like the Ace Café during 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.