This is one of the BEST shows-rides and events on Californian Calendar, and I for one will be attending. There are a Ton of things to see and do and the chance to win a very cool and well built Street tracker style CB350 HONDA.
I have been to quite a few of these shows, they are top notch and on a few occasions I have been asked to be a judge at the shows and boy are there some super motorcycles there.
Great people, no attitude, just enjoy all the cool sights and sounds of the show!
If you have not ever attended this show, it is worth a look, there is a ride too that’s so cool as many groups come together and take the ride, the event is a great time to meet up with like minded people and of course there’s a charity and also as above a give away motorcycle, how cool is that?
RALLY SCHEDULE & DETAILS
WHEN: September 13th, 2014
The day starts with the morning PCH ride. Meet on Abbot Kinney Blvd, outside The Stronghold. Kickstands UP @ 9AM.
Rally happens 11am-7pm
WHERE: 2150 Dell Ave. Venice, CA 90291
Yes! It’s on again this year. We are building a bike and one lucky person will take it home.
1973 Honda CB 350 G Street tracker. The image shown is a rendered mockup of where we’re headed with this build.
Tickets are only $10. You don’t have to be present at the rally to win.
We’ll keep posting new photos and videos to show the progress. So check back to this page regularly
Comments from builder Scott DiLalla
The journey of taking on the build of this year’s rally bike started only a few months ago in May. I knew from VVMC member, Shannon Sweeney’s experience of taking on last year’s build wouldn’t be a small feat with such little time. Thanks to Shannon, he pulled a 1973 run down CB350 from his shop, had a few brothers tear it down and transport it all to my garage where the build commenced not long after.
Right away I envisioned this bike as a “brat style” ride with a few touches of influential bits. I wanted this bike low, mean and fast. The first thing was to shorten the rear and add a loop with a slight upward bend, de-tab anything that was not needed and build a seat pan along the new clean lines of the frame.