Antique Motorcycle’s Winter Road Run

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by Robert Smith
Indian Summer — in March! Three Indians from 1947 and 1951 bask in the California sunshine.

With over 11,000 members in more than 70 chapters across the U.S., Canada and Mexico, it must also be the biggest club of its kind. The Club organizes numerous National Meets and Road Runs each year, but individual chapters also put on regional events — like the Southern California chapter’s annual Winter Road Run.

Riding opportunities are a bit thin in early March in much of North America, but not so around the Anza-Borrego Desert in Southern California, where temperatures can climb into the 80s in early Spring. The Desert is close to the Salton Sea, one of the lowest points in the nation at -236 feet — and one of the hottest.

Getting going

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