I’ve lived in Glendale for a number of years and around this time frame each year there is a Love Ride event. The event was started by Oliver Shokouh who owns the Harley-Davidson dealership in Glendale. This year the event raised money for the non-profit Autism Speaks.
I have to admit this event is not on my calendar (I haven’t been on a motorcycle since forever). However, I am always made aware of this event on the day it occurs as the Harley-Davidson dealership is close to where I live. One year after getting in late on a Saturday night I was awaken at 6 a.m. by the sounds of motorcycles. Talk about being upset. Anyways, on Sunday I was driving to the Famers Market and noticed all these motorcycles. It must be the Love Ride event, I concluded. After doing my food shopping, I decided to walk on over and snap some photos of life in Glendale. There were hundreds of motorcycles parked in rows that stretched for about three blocks.
I hope they were able to raise massive bucks for Autism Speaks.
P.S. When the ride started, I went with the ear plugs.