Report: Century Cycles Fathers Day Party 2017

Report: Century Cycles Fathers Day Party 2017

Century Cycles Father Day Party


Every year Tim over at Century Cycles hosts there annual Fathers Day Party gathering. This party is to give thanks and to show appreciation to all the Dads out there who work hard and keep the household and family together.


So what's better than bikes, free food, and a cold beer?


Century Cycles is located in San Pedro, California - about 20 minutes south from downtown Los Angeles, on a good day with no traffic. Word has it that Century Cycles is the oldest continuous running motorcycle shop in the USA. The inside and outside scream 1960's - Tim (the owner) has done a fantastic job of keeping the shop open to both vintage and modern motorcycle riders. So what's better than bikes, free food, and a cold beer? - not much more.


"There where brands from all makes..."

There where brands from all makes - Triumph, BSA, Norton, Ariel, Vincent, Honda, and many others. Bobbers, choppers, cafe racers, stock bikes and everything else in between. There where 4 Vincent's on the same block - a rare site.


If you didn't get a chance to make it down to Century Cycles for there Fathers Day Party you can bet that Century Cycles will be hosting another party next year. It was nice to see familiar faces and also young faces getting into the hobby. I took some photos below - I hope you will enjoy them. As always - thanks for reading today's blog post - don't forget to comment below and share.




1969 BSA A65 Lightning

 My personal 1969 BSA A65 Lightning

1951 BSA B31

Very original 1951 BSA B31 single cylinder W/ plunger frame

Norton Commando

Trick Norton Commando with a bitchin' Corbin seat and paint job

Triumph Bobber

Cool Triumph street tracker and Triumph bobber

1970 BSA Thunderbolt

Nice 1970 BSA A65 Thunderbolt



Beautiful Vincent's and an Indian Chief in the back ground

Norton Commando 750

Lovely Honda CB750

Norton Commando Cafe Racer

Norton Commando Cafe Racer

Century Cycle Shop

Century Cycle BSA Painting

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