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Legend of the Motorcycle 2007 - Half Moon Bay, CA. USA

May 5th, 2007 - Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay California. 

The 2nd annual "Legend of the Motorcycle" exhibit took place with a much larger crowd and more bikes on display compared to last year. Bevel Heaven's owner Steve Allen was there and took these photos.  "Judging by the attendance and smiles on faces I would say that the promoters of this event are really onto something".  Next year is already being planned, with MV Agusta and Norton being the featured marques.  Mark your calendars for May 3rd 2008.  The call for entries opens June 1.

Enjoy the photos below.  Please feel free to link directly TO this page but not to individual photos.  As a reminder, use of these copyrighted photos is prohibited without express written permission from the photographer.

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San Francisco – 6 May 2007 – The second annual Legend of the Motorcycle Concours d’Elegance, the world-class event exclusively for motorcycles, enjoyed its second year with resounding success.

In attendance at the Saturday, May 5th Concours were nearly 6,000 attendees, 185 entrants, judges from seven countries, and participants from five continents, admiring more than 300 of the world’s best motorcycles and raising thousands of dollars for charity.

The featured marques were Excelsior, Henderson and Vincent, with just about every Vincent of historical significance in attendance, making for a record assembly. From an 1898 MMC brought from England, to the only NKB motorcycle in the world (a pre-War Japanese make), to a chopper built for Brad Pitt by Paul Cox, to the pre-production 2008 Ducati Hypermotard, every facet of motorcycle sport and culture was represented.

Willie G. Davidson received the Lifetime Achievement Award, conferred by a panel consisting of co-founder Jared Zaugg, actor and rider Charley Boorman, legends Mert Lawwill, Marty Dickerson, and Bud Ekins, fourth generation Harley dealer Chris Perkins, and industry executives Erik Buell, Pierre Terblanche of Ducati, Dirk Biehler of BMW, and Mark Kennedy of Triumph.

Chad McQueen and Bud Ekins presented the Steve McQueen award for the bike that best represented the King of Cool, while Lucky Brand Jeans sponsored the Elvis Presley award for the bike best representing the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Peter Coyote presented the People’s Choice award, and Best of Show went to a 1915 Henderson Long Tank.

A private ride from Los Angeles to Half Moon Bay with guests Peter Fonda and Charley Boorman united executives from Confederate, Ducati, MV Agusta and Triumph for a first-ever trip, and Triumph donated the motorcycle used in the just-released movie Lucky You, starring Eric Bana and Drew Barrymore, for the charity auction.

From racers to builders, celebrities to owners, enthusiasts to the curious, Legend of the Motorcycle brought together a unique combination of people for a weekend world event celebrating the two-wheeled machine.

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Other Event Photo Galleries:
Patti Beadles - HERE
Corey Levenson - HERE
Mike Cecchini - HERE

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