Footage from the 2010 Pre-1916 Motorcycle Cannonball
<p>On Sept. 10, 2010, 45 riders roared off from Kitty Hawk, N.C., on vintage Harleys, Indians and other historic pre-1916 motorcycles. Destination: California. Sixteen days later they rolled onto the Santa Monica Pier, 10 of them having completed the entire 3,294 mile route.</p>
<p>For all that were involved, the <a title=”2010 Pre-1916 Motorcycle Cannonball” href=”http://www.motorcycleclassics.com/classic-motorcycle-events/2010-pre-1916-motorcycle-cannonball.aspx” target=”_blank”>2010 Pre-1916 Motorcycle Cannonball</a> was a resounding success and an event that none of them will ever forget. Here’s a collection of videos shot by those who experienced the highs and lows of this amazing event firsthand:</p>
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Tulsa, Oklahoma (and the Green Country)
Take a ride in the Green Country near Tulsa, Oklahoma
Touring British Columbia’s Hot Springs
Robert Smith takes us on a tour of British Columbia’s Hot Springs aboard his 1982 Laverda 1200 TS Mirage.
A Triumph Odyssey
“Ride ’em, don’t hide ’em” was the motivation for Dennis Fisher to embark on a six-day adventure with his friends and 1968 Triumph Bonneville.