Love Ride 2010. It’s Going To Be A Wild One. But For Only 1000 Bikers.

In 2010 the Love Ride is back with a “Retro” nostalgic ride on November 7, 2010. It is one of the most successful charity events but after last year’s cancellation due to the bad economy, the formula has changed. Oliver Shokouh, and Grand Marshal Jay Leno, will lead riders from Glendale Harley-Davidson back to the same venue where the Love Ride began 26 years ago back in 1984: to the Calamigos Ranch in the Malibu hills. To capture the feeling of the first Love Ride, attendance is limited to only 1,000 riders. Tickets are $100 per person and the event is expected to sell out very fast, reason why I announce it so much in advance.

One-of-a-kind prizes, including Bruce Springsteen’s autographed guitar from his performance at Love Ride 1996, are up for grabs to everyone who registers or becomes a Top Fundraiser. One of the Love Ride’s original performers, Robby Krieger of The Doors is scheduled to play a retro set of music with his son, Waylon Krieger performing as the opening act. Riders of all motorcycle makes are encouraged to sign up quickly. Information and registration forms are available online at Love Ride , in person at Glendale Harley Davidson, 3717 San Fernando Road, Glendale, Calif. Forms can also be obtained by calling the dealership at (818) 246-5618.

2 Responses to “Love Ride 2010. It’s Going To Be A Wild One. But For Only 1000 Bikers.”

  1. 1 Wikked Steel Sep 20th, 2010 at 7:36 am

    The Calamigos Ranch location in my mind was the ONLY destination for the Love Ride. Once they started moving it around to bigger venues it lost it’s appeal in my opinion. The Ranch in the wood in the Santa Monica Mountains is a lovely retreat from the asphalt and the hot sun. A very refreshing destination. Plus the windy roads all through the Santa Monica Mountains were always my favorite place to ride in So Cal. Better sign up fast!

  2. 2 Craig Nov 8th, 2010 at 12:59 pm

    I have participate in 20 Love Ride events. I have never had such a bad expererience at the Glendale Harley registration tables. First of all to do it alphabetically was not a good idea. How many people have a last name that start with Z. Nobody in that line and the would not help you just sit there. There was nobody telling you that you to to get ABC line out front. To drop your ticket in the basket for the guitar you
    had to walk through everyone in line. I cross the back of the line to drop my ticket in the basket and went back to were i was standing waiting for my friends to register. One of the volunteer that work there came over and told me he would have me arrested if I ever did that again and keep going on and on. I finally had to walk away from that little man with the beard. Who inform me that he has been doing this for 20 years. I think you need some new blood. If you need more voulnteers put something in the Thunder Press. $ 100.00 is going to a great cause. However how about a little consideration for the people who
    pays $ 100.00 and have to wait in line to rigister, bathroom , food and to get into the place. Remember if
    it wasn’t for us there would be no “Love Ride”.

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