HOG (Harley Owners Group) sponsored a Rolling Rally "Motoring the Mother Road" motorcycle tour, which came to Kingman Thursday. Mother Road Harley-Davidson hosted Thursday night's layover in Kingman and Chuy's provided dinner for the touring motorcyclists. Free passes to the Route 66 Museum were also available. The 12-day tour started in Chicago and will end in Santa Monica, Calif. Almost 400 people signed up for the tour, which last occurred nine years ago. Harold Mulholland from Brainerd, Minn., was among the bikers. He said that the tour had been a "fantastic ride." Top photo, from left to right Thursday afternoon at Mother Road Harley-Davidson are Mother Road's General Manager Tony Campbell, John Huth, Dale Webb, and Mulholland. Webb is the director of the local Mother Road Chapter 1061, which helped during the event here, and Huth is assistant director.
Bottom photo, Joe Gardella, from Putnum, Mich., talks about his 1914 Harley-Davidson to a couple of spectators at Mother Road Harley-Davidson. Gardella was one of 44 riders on pre-1916 motorcycles participating in the 2010 Cannonball Endurance Run from Kitty Hawk, N.C. to Santa Monica, Calif. The riders stopped in Kingman prior to moving on to Laughlin.