Born Free Motorcycle Show has evolved from a chopper show to something much greater. This year seemed to be the biggest yet, thousands in attendance and riders coming in from all over the world.
The 2 day event takes place in Southern California, located about halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego in Oak Canyon Ranch, Silverado, CA. Being a well-used fairgrounds, they open up mini golf, boat rides, and the Ferris wheel for attendees who are looking to do something more than walk around and admire bikes.
The annual bike raffle featured three motorcycles—an unrestored 1939 Harley-Davidson UL survivor, a 1939 Harley-Davidson UL chopper, and a 2019 H-D Street Bob with a handful of custom touches.
Live bands played on the stage throughout the day, and awards were presented to the builders in the afternoon, giving out prizes ranging from cash to a brand-new engine.
Hot sun, cold drinks, and tons of rad bikes. Be sure to head out to Oak Canyon Ranch and check out the event next year.

Top Gas Honda, driven by Terry Vance and tuned by Byron Hines on display at Born Free 11