CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts gathered in the Queen City on Saturday for the second annual Mods and Rockers Rally.
Organized by the Cincinnati Café Racers club, a local café motorcycle and vintage enthusiast group, the event brought motorcycle and scooter enthusiasts together for a three-day event.
The rally featured live music, games, a motorcycle raffle, pin-up girl contests and a popular group ride.
The group ride launched at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday from Fuel Coffee in the 2700 block of Riverside Drive. The group traveled to Felicity, Ohio and returned to the Triumph of Cincinnati.
After the ride, the party moves to Over-the-Rhine. The Mods & Rockers Throwdown in OTR includes more great music, Pin-Up Girl contestant finals, hourly raffles and a big raffle for a 1978 CB750 café racer style motorcycle.
The event concludes on Sunday morning with a "Survivor's Breakfast" at Joe's Diner on Sycamore Street.
The event is co-hosted by the Cincinnati Café Racer motorcycle club, whose goal is to build community around the café and vintage motorcycle culture, and elevate Cincinnati's position in the national motorcycle scene.