Quail Motorcycle Gathering 2017: Part Two

Our favorite custom and vintage motorcycles from the Concourse d'Elegance in Carmel-by-the-Sea

Flat track racing Yamaha XS650Morgan Gales

Unobtanium is a word you hear spoken often at the Quail Motorcycle Gathering. The bikes scattered throughout all have history. Whether it's the new Confederate motorcycle that Revival Cycles just built or the R65ls that the owner never stopped riding-- each bike here has a story.

It's hard to focus on one thing with so many awesome bikes around. With my head on a swivel, I tried to keep my mind on track. Here are a few more of our favorite vintage bikes and customs from the Quail Motorcycle Gathering last weekend in Carmel-by-the-Sea.

Stay tuned for more coverage from this event and be sure to check out Part One of the gallery HERE!

1975 Husqvarna 360 Flat TrackerMorgan Gales
1957 F.B. Mondial 250 Bialbero Grand PrixMorgan Gales
1972 Honda Flying Dragon CB350sMorgan Gales
This unique bike is known as 'The Mule.' Using a '33 MK4 engine in a 1928 KSS chassis for dirt track racingMorgan Gales
BMW MKM1000 Krauser-- talk about a bike with a story!Morgan Gales
Cafe Racer Zero Electric BikeMorgan Gales
I love old two stroke triples like this Kawasaki 750 nicknamed the Widowmaker because it had so much power and not much in the ways of brakesMorgan Gales
1939 Ariel Square Four- one of my favorite vintage bikes of all time!Morgan Gales
Untitled Motorcycles' custom Moto Guzzi "Supernaturale" built by Hugo EcclesMorgan Gales
Revival Cycles custom Confederate MotorcycleMorgan Gales