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Stage 14 Welcome to California

Photos by Bryan Snyder of Snyder Art









Thank you, Bryan, for the pictures. Click HERE to see more pictures of the finish by Bryan Snyder.

 

 
Stage 15 Results
Written by Jim Feeney   

 

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Stage 14 Welcome to California
Written by Felicia Morgan   

This is it... the end is near. Today was the last full day of riding with our tribe before we roll into Carlsbad for the awards ceremony and final meal together. And then there will be no more. No more hurried breakfasts as engines sputter to life. No more green flags. No more engine rebuilds, worried brows or route sheets. No more rules, and no more tilting at windmills.

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Stage 14 Results
Written by Jim Feeney   

 

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A Statement from Motorcycle Cannonball
Written by Jason Sims   

Founder Lonnie Isam Jr.'s original vision for the Motorcycle Cannonball was to successfully traverse the country with a bunch of his friends along the back roads of America on antique motorcycles. That goal has never changed. Motorcycle Cannonball is a difficult and challenging endurance run that is supposed to be a rewarding ride that is all about man, machine and miles. Our mission statement is to pit man against machine, not man against man.

There are rules in place to keep everyone safe and ensure fair play and the governing body charged with that task is responsible for making tough decisions. In all cases, decisions are based on the covenants of those rules, which are issued to every competitor prior to the Grand Start and is reviewed during riders school prior to start. In addition, any changes to the rules are issued to participants.

I stand behind the decisions issued by the scoring crew. The scoring body deals with multiple infractions daily and the team deals with each on an individual basis and with the utmost integrity. As in all competitions, there are setbacks but the race does not end. The true spirit of the Cannonball will be at the heart of the Grand Finish tomorrow as we roll into Carlsbad, California with our heads held high for the accomplishments of each and every rider who took the green flag at Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Jason Sims
Director of Operations
Motorcycle Cannonball

 
Stage 13 Results
Written by Jim Feeney   

 

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Dean
Written by Felicia Morgan   

Every time a Motorcycle Cannonball rider comes to a stop, folks come over to admire the bikes, ask questions and appreciate the ancient motorcycles that recall a simpler time in life. Riders turn into Cannonball ambassadors as they fill in the curious crowds on the details of the run as well as share information regarding their bikes. There's a sense of pride that comes with being a Motorcycle Cannonball rider and that pride is obvious every time they interact with the public. 

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Stage 12 Results
Written by Jim Feeney   

 

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Stage 11 Four Corners
Written by Felicia Morgan   

What started out as a soggy, crappy morning for the 58 brave souls who took the green flag turned out to be a nice ride through the scenic Navajo reservation. The desert comes alive after the heavy rains wash her clean and the Cannonball riders were treated to a display of Mother Nature at her best. Once they dried out a bit.

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Stage 11 Results
Written by Jim Feeney   

 

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Motorcycle Cannonball: Scrolling, Scrolling, Scrolling
Written by Rebeccah Cunningham   
 
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