Attended by nearly 3,200 people from around the world, the annual event included appearances by icons of motorcycle racing heritage and future design, a unique selection of local food and beverages, and a stunning display of the rarest, fastest, and most iconic motorcycles of the last hundred years.
CARMEL, California – A 1951 Vincent Rapide owned by Max Hazan was awarded “Best of Show” out of 250 entrant at The Quail Motorcycle Gathering 2022 presented by GEICO Motorcycles in May.
Nearly 3200 spectators gathered for the show’s highly-anticipated awards ceremony, calling the classic “the most significant bikes in motorcycling history”.
The 12th-anniversary event presented an array of pre- and post-war sport and racing motorcycles, as well as live entertainment, motorcycle lifestyle vendors, a silent auction supporting a local charity, award-winning wines, local brews, and food trucks.
‘AMAZING – WAIT FOR 2023′
Traditional class included British, Italian, other European, Japanese, Competition On-Road, Competition Off-Road, Antique, Custom/Modified, Choppers, and Extraordinary Bicycles and Scooters.
“The success of this gathering was amazing and included classic cars – we can hardly wait for what 2023 will bring.”