Cannonball Endurance Run Riders Arrived In San Francisco. Results.

It was a long journey coast to coast. An incredible 17-day adventure that started Friday September 7 in Newburgh, NY to end Saturday September 23rd in San Francisco, CA. Antique motorcycles and their riders were put to the ultimate test of a 3956 miles run, proving the capabilities of these machines and the endurance and pioneer spirit of all those who participated. 69 riders were registered. 44 crossed the finishing line at San Francisco  Dudley Perkins Harley-Davidson. The winner is Brad Wilmarth on his 1913 Excelsior. Complete results after the jump. (photography S. Rice)

5 Responses to “Cannonball Endurance Run Riders Arrived In San Francisco. Results.”

  1. 1 Rick Portella Sep 25th, 2012 at 9:39 pm

    I applaud all the riders that made the long journey across america. I myself was on a 6140 mile journey that was on part of the Cannon ball path Animosa IA to Milwakee WI only the oppsite direction. its great to be on a bike seeing our great country. Live to ride, Ride to live

  2. 2 Dale Sep 26th, 2012 at 7:57 am

    I was lucky to see the start in NY. Congrats to all of the riders and all of their support crew.

  3. 3 burnout Sep 26th, 2012 at 8:23 am

    AWESOME! Congrats to all who finished and bummer to the ones who didn’t. peace

  4. 4 Rockland Biker Sep 26th, 2012 at 8:54 am

    Had a friend who works at Colorado HD Dealer on the ride. Kept us all posted on the daily doings. Had to be a wonderful experience!!

  5. 5 dannyb278 Sep 27th, 2012 at 12:50 pm

    Because of a stroke of luck i ran into some of these guys outside of Devils Tower, Wyoming. I was aware of the race, but didnt realize that it was going on and that it was passing by my area in the Black HIlls. There was a traffic pileup because of a landslide or something and i got to talk to a few of the folks taking part in the run. Glad to see that everyone made it safetly accross to the coast.

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