2021 Motorcycle Cannonball takes a new route starting this September
If you’ve ever looked at a calendar on the wall or checked out the event calendar for some fun riding events.You’ve probably noticed there are not a lot of significant organized events for long-distance motorcycle riders.
Sure, there are charity rides, Poker Runs.And plenty of other group rides where you can meet fellow bikers.
But if you’re more interested in knowing who is up next or sitting around with some good stories while drinking a beer. At the end of the day, while waiting for your turn to do some evening route planning.
For the next day of fun riding with some good stories while drinking a beer at the end of the day. While waiting for your turn to do some evening route planning, then you might be you are choosing the suitable event.
The Motorcycle Cannonball had come a long way since its first run back in 2009. But the progress shouldn’t be too surprising.
After all, this antique venture has become legendary for championing the power of motorcycles, camaraderie, adventure, and mechanical innovation.
It’s also known for being one of the most challenging endurance runs in the world. And that’s something that never changes.
The Motorcycle Cannonball grew into an adventure that’s unlike anything the world has ever seen.
And while they are not like some of the other antique runs out there.Neither is the event comparable to anything else. The Cannonball is brutal. It’s hard. And it is far more demanding than you might think.
Already over 120 riders had registered for this event with their classic motorcycles. Involving Nortons, Excelsiors, Indians, Hendersons and even Harleys
- Friday, September 10: Hagerty Headquarters, Traverse City, Michigan
- Saturday, September 11: Battle Creek Harley-Davidson, Battle Creek Michigan
- Sunday, September 12: Rip Rap Roadhouse, Dayton, Ohio
- Monday, September 13: Harley-Davidson of West Virginia, South Charleston, West Virginia
- Tuesday, September 14: Thunder Road Harley-Davidson, Danville, Virginia
- Wednesday, September 15: Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
- Thursday, September 16: Spartanburg, South Carolina
- Friday, September 17: Dale’s Wheels Through Time, Maggie Valley, North Carolina
- Saturday, September 18: Bumpus Harley-Davidson, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
- Sunday, September 19: Rest Day
- Monday, September 20: Birmingham, Alabama
- Tuesday, September 21: Tunica, Mississippi
- Wednesday, September 22: Arkadelphia, Arkansas
- Thursday, September 23: Nacogdoches, Texas
- Friday, September 24: Victoria, Texas
- Saturday, September 25: Desperado Harley-Davidson, McAllen, Texas
- Sunday, September 26: South Padre Island Convention Center, South Padre Island, Texas
Apart from the checkpoints, the route is kept secret. Further, the scores are updated on their website.
Source: Motorcycle Cannonball