Analog Run 2016

Bad jokes, good lies, waxing moons and fireflies.

Anyone who loves riding motorcycles gets it.
All we’re really chasing is a little freedom, and those two-wheel moments slicing through some newly discovered back-road are about as close as we can get.
Sharing that freedom with friends takes the whole gig up a dozen notches. And folks are catching on. There are dozens of ‘runs’ with new ones popping up every year. Complete with sponsors, accommodations, bands and free wi-fi, these can attract hundreds of riders. But to capture the real magic you have to eliminate distractions, not add them. And that’s what the Analog Run is all about.
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TROG – Pre-war Passion on Pismo Beach

Pre-war beach racing comes to California to change car shows forever.

I’ve known Mel Stultz since before The Race of Gentleman. We were car-club brothers and even then he would drive everyone mad with his endless dreams, schemes and ideas of making car events fun again.

Racing, speedways, dare-devils. Fuel, fire, mayhem. It was all he ever talked about.
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Five Things Your Car Show Can Learn From The Concours d’Elegance

Since 1950 the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance has been arguably the premier car show in the world. Here are some reasons why.

In early August a curious thing happens around the central coast of California. Big, shiny transport trucks begin to converge on Pebble Beach and Monterey loaded with some of the most historic, beautiful and expensive cars on earth. They’re here to be judged on the 18th fairway of Pebble Beach, all competing for a very coveted (and value-inflating) best in class or best in show award.
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