Catherine Aeppel

2019 Motorcyclist Alley Rally In Photos

Take a peek at some of the sights of this year’s Alley Rally in Los Angeles

Motorcyclist magazine hosted the third edition of its Alley Rally this past Sunday. The event shows off narrow corridors and hidden passageways that connect Los Angeles, and is best explored behind the handlebar of a motorcycle. The ride kicked off over coffee at downtown LA's Lucky Wheels Garage.

Cardo Systems was on hand, outfitting riders with its recently introduced Packtalk Bold Bluetooth-enabled communication device. The headset easily slips inside most any modern motorcycle helmet and allows you to connect to your smartphone, and communicate in a group intercom format with other riders.

Editor-in-Chief and Los Angelite, Chris Cantle delivered a guided tour, sharing interesting factoids about California’s largest city. The ride concluded at the Petersen Museum, where participants were allowed free access to its exquisite collection of cars and motorcycles. Have a look at some of our favorite photos and we’ll see you again next year.

A wet winter left its mark on Southern California with spring in full bloom, even in the urban jungle of Los Angeles.Catherine Aeppel
More than 50 riders marched up, down, and around Los Angeles exploring some of the best kept secrets of the city.Catherine Aeppel
Known for its traffic problems, Los Angeles is surprisingly easy to navigate…if you take the back route.Catherine Aeppel
Our group stayed connected via Cardo Systems recently introduced Packtalk Bold Bluetooth-enabled headset. The easy-to-install device allows you to communicate to other users and pair with your smartphone.Catherine Aeppel
Did you know that some of Los Angeles public roads are not paved. We explore one such example.Catherine Aeppel
Riders met at Lucky Wheels Garage, a self-serve DIY motorcycle repair shop situated in downtown Los Angeles.Catherine Aeppel
Cardo Systems’ Packtalk Bold device is exceptionally easy to install inside any modern helmet.Catherine Aeppel
Los Angelite and Motorcyclist Editor-in-Chief Chris Cantle served as tour guide for the Alley Rally.Catherine Aeppel
There’s nothing better than getting lost in your own backyard. That’s the idea behind the Alley Rally.Catherine Aeppel
Don’t mind the potholes nor dilapidated couch on the side of the road. This is what Alley Rally is all about. A guided tour of Los Angeles back alleys.Catherine Aeppel