Ventura County's got some of the best back roads in Southern California. So why not come up with a fun bike rally to ride these roads on vintage bikes? That's what Danielle Quinn thought about when her and "uncle James" created the annual Harry Quinn ride.
Danielle stated this ride was created in part to commemorate her grandpa, Harry Quinn. Harry has ridden roads from "the old country" to SoCal. He is a big reason why nearly a dozen of the Quinn clan got into riding. Another big reason was to get those that owned classic two-wheels to pull them out for a good old ride in the canyons.
This year was the second-annual run and tons of fun. An estimated 250+ riders made the event riding everything from FZ's to Norton Commando's. This was by far the most eclectic and exciting bunch of bikes and riders I have ever seen!
Check out the ride here: VCS Wheels: Vintage Bike Run