Portland’s One Motorcycle Show is different in all the right ways. Now in its ninth year, this massive indoor bike show is known for bringing “more than 100 custom, vintage, weird and rare motorcycles from all over the world to you.” A tall order to
Nowhere else in America is the custom car culture celebrated and awarded quite like it is at the Sacramento AutoRama. Held for the 68th consecutive year, the AutoRama is a homecoming for lead sleds and the stylists who create them.
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The King of Hammers is one of the world’s most punishing desert races. Every year, a dry lake bed in the California desert is transformed into a small city called “Hammer Town” to accommodate the racers, worldwide media, and over 50,000 fans who come to
Just 25-miles north of Los Angeles; a city steeped in car culture since the inception of the automobile lives artist Keith Weesner, who himself is steeped in the same automotive culture. Weesner, with his soft-spoken demeanor possesses an above average and distinct artistic ability. That
The 18th annual Groundhog Gala was a treat for fans of traditional hot rods and customs. While most of the country in early February pays attention to a Pennsylvania rodent that emerges to see (or not to see) its shadow, that wasn’t the case in
The McDonald’s Rock and Roll Car Show in Scottsdale, Arizona or "Pavilions Car Show" as the locals like to call it, has a long and rich history of being one of the largest cruise-ins of its kind. The Valley of the sun is car guy
Pomona after dark! Has a nice ring to it huh? The Grand National Roadster Show comes alive under the lights on Saturday night. We have noticed this trend the last five years or so and it is growing in size and splendor. It’s easy to
The annual Modesto Area A’s Turlock Swap Meet has been a big hit for over fifty years, with tens of thousands of Californians coming out each winter (usually in damp, foggy conditions) in search of obscure old treasures. This year it was a pleasant 60
The Paradise Road Show enveloped the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs for the second consecutive year and featured the best pre-70s classics the Southwest has to offer.
The cool event with a retro vibe is curated by the very talented and amazingly wonderful
Editor’s Note. This story is a firsthand account of Alan Galbraith’s journey down under to the Bay to Birdwood run. Held each fall, the event is one of the most popular events for automotive aficionados in the Southern Hemisphere.
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