December 4, 2022 #1 Local News, Forum, Information and Event Source for Venice Beach, California.

Venice Vintage Motorcycle Rally: October 22nd!

The 4th annual Venice Vintage Motorcycle Rally will be held on Saturday, October 22nd at the Venice Farmer’s Market lot at S Venice Bl and Dell Ave.

Venice Vintage Motorcycle Rally

While the rally primarily celebrates the passion & preservation of classic motorcycles, the Venice Vintage Motorcycle Club (VVMC) invites enthusiasts from all walks of biker life to ride down and join in the day’s fun.

Even if you don’t “love” motorcycles, this free event is highly recommended just so you can check out the artistry of the vintage machines! All the bike owners are super nice and passionate about the machines, so it is a great way for non- bike owners to learn about bikes!

As always, the VVMR is a FREE event thanks to the Venice Neighborhood Council’s support!

There will be a morning ride through Santa Monica and Malibu which will gather at 9am and depart at 10am. At 11am there will be live music, bike exhibits and judging, retro pin-up girl contest, beer garden and a BBQ with proceeds benefiting AHRMA.

The VVMC would proudly like to thank sponsors Alpine Stars, EuroPapi, Route 66, Royal Enfield, Bartel’s Harley Davison, Deus, Joker Machine, Hagon Shocks, Pitfire Pizza & Gasser Lounge for helping make this show happen!

Venice Vintage Motorcycle Rally: October 22nd!
11am-6pm.
Venice Farmer’s Market lot on Venice Bl at Dell Ave.
4 blocks west of Abbot Kinney.

For more information:
moto@venicevintage.com

Produced by Brady Walker.
Vending inquiries: 310.980.7129

Related Posts

Column: Erin Darling Concedes Race to Traci Park to Succeed Mike Bonin in LA’s CD-11

November 18, 2022

November 18, 2022

The close contest between two Venetians ends with Park garnering 53% of the vote to Darling’s 47% By Nick Antonicello...

Column: How Long is Too Long?

November 16, 2022

November 16, 2022

Why is it taking this much time to tabulate who won and who lost for LA Mayor, City Council? By...

Cancer Cartel Provides Financial Help To Cancer Patients

November 16, 2022

November 16, 2022

Cancer Cartel is helping cancer patients focus on their treatment, not the financial stress of living with a diagnosis. Learn...

Column – Gas Gougers Beware: California Is Onto You at Last

November 11, 2022

November 11, 2022

By Tom Elias It has taken more than 50 years of on-and-off gasoline price gouging, but at long last California...

$87,581,047.01: Candidate Rick Caruso on Pace to Smash All Spending Records in His Bid to Become Mayor of Los Angeles

November 4, 2022

November 4, 2022

Caruso overwhelming Bass nearly 10-1! By Nick Antonicello According to the LA Ethics Commission as of October 31st, billionaire developer...

“Ten Takes” to Watch as CD-11 Hopefuls Park & Darling Close out the Campaign in a Mad Dash to the Finish Line!

November 4, 2022

November 4, 2022

By Nick Antonicello And after some sixteen months of posturing, positioning and intensive campaigning be it door to door, shaking...

Column: Who’s the ‘True’ Democrat in CD-11?

October 30, 2022

October 30, 2022

So who is the true Democrat in this race to succeed Mike Bonin in CD-11? While the campaign for city...

Column: Tenant Support Could Tip the Political Scales in CD-11 Council Race

October 29, 2022

October 29, 2022

Darling pushes advocacy of renter’s rights over Park in tightly contested battle to succeed Mike Bonin! By Nick Antonicello In...

Column: Money & Messaging That Is Persuasive and Memorable May Just Make Rick Caruso Our Next Mayor!

October 25, 2022

October 25, 2022

Moving away from direct mail, Caruso saturates broadcast television with a more disciplined message that is resonating with an angry...

Column: The Flower Avenue Debacle: Five Years of Government Inaction & Failure!

October 25, 2022

October 25, 2022

Exhausted by Mike Bonin’s indifference and LA City incompetence, tenants & homeowner look to incoming councilmember to end encampment! By...

Column: Excess School Lands for Teacher Housing?

October 22, 2022

October 22, 2022

By Tom Elias, Columnist Do voters want more teachers living in their communities, even if it means a little more...

Column: Sparks Fly at South Brentwood Residents Association Council Forum

October 21, 2022

October 21, 2022

In one of the more animated and interesting forums in the race to succeed retiring Councilman Mike Bonin, the gloves...

Column: What Next for LA?

October 18, 2022

October 18, 2022

By Nick Antonicello The ongoing racism scandal that has engulfed and swallowed city government whole could be an opportunity in...

100 Miles of Bus-Only Lanes Within Five Years on City Council Plans

October 17, 2022

October 17, 2022

L.A’s public transportation network is known for being slow due to traffic congestion. A new motion by L.A. City Council...