Missed last years event due to rain but heard it was one that was attended by many and have stories to tell for a long time to come.
This motorcycle rally isn’t the norm. Focusing on classic and vintage European motorcycles of all kind. Let’s say the Harley crowd is kept to a minimum and easy to spot.
The rally serves two purposes: a wonderful together for all motor-heads that love vintage and classic European and Asian motorcycles. And also the most important of all in the name to battle childhood cancer. May we cure cancer soon.
The rally has been hosted for the last 14 years by the wonderful town of Luckenbach, TX. Nestled in the hill country of Texas. Made famous by Waylon Jenning’s song Luckenbach, TX. A sleepy town that is known for its music and those wanting to escape from the city life for a little while.
Camping is allowed. And the weather is perfect for it. Fall has dropped our temps well below of the 90’s. I hope to camp one of these years. Folks were riding to and from their camp sites on small pit bikes and dirt bikes. The ones that stood out the most, were the trails bikes. They were making their way to and from the few made trail areas. Crazy what these bikes can manage.
Then there was the area where exemplary bikes were displayed for judging. Some great examples were found.
The parking lot was equally impressive with the bikes the folks rode to the rally in. Also a makeshift tent city where the main grounds were way over booked. One bike that caught my eye was one that is definately on my bucket list to own one of these days. The Motus MST. Well until next year, enjoy whatever is left of your riding season.