Dottie’s Ride on the Cannonball Endurance Run 2014

  Going to Dottie Mattern's website, http://www.ridedottieride.org/ and scanning the photos there, you'll find this woman has had a full life in motorcycling. From adventure touring in the Baja to Maxton Mile record setting to just playing with old Indian Scouts, she's been around. This year she's setting her sights on the Cannonball Endurance Read more

We Have Your Cannonball T-Shirt

Friday, September 5, 2014 over 100 riders on pre-1937 motorcycles will leave the white sands of Daytona Beach pointing their machines northwest. In the spirit of the great Irwin "Cannon Ball" Baker, they will ride long days, work hard to keep their motorcycles mechanically sound and hope to personally endure 4,150 miles putting themselves in Tacoma, Read more

The Daytona 200 Monument; You Can Be Part of It!

It all began in 1936 with a new beach race for cars promoted by Bill France. Using part of what Sir Malcolm Campbell had established on Daytona Beach for automobile land speed record runs, the circuit up the beach and down Highway A1A was about 3.5 miles.  France invited motorcycle racers for an AMA sanctioned race in 1937. After many glorious Read more

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