Cambria Rally When and Where
The Cambria Rally for 2017 takes place from August 3rd through August 6th and as in previous years, ground zero will be the Cambria Palms.
Cambria was originally started by the NorCal Presidents as a way for New Triumph Bonneville owners and enthusiasts of all British motorcycles from both Northern and Southern California to meet each other in person. The chemistry and vibe for this incredible event has been laid back, fun and exciting.
Events include a Friday and Saturday ride, free pizza on Friday, Saturday dinner at the American Legion Post, the infamous bark off, a raffle and more.
There is a modest non-refundable registration fee to help offset costs for the event. If you prefer to contribute in cash, you may make your donation in person at the event.
Please note that your registration fee does not cover the cost of any lodging and meals, except for the Friday pizza & Saturday night dinner.
Events Shirts and Pins
For 2017, your official event T-shirt is included in the registration fee. Just select a size when you register. If you can't attend Cambria but want to purchase an official event T-shirt , just go here. Free ride pins will be given out to every registered rider.
Although the Cambria Rally was started by owners of Hinckley Triumph Bonnevilles, riders of any motorcycle are welcome to join us. We strongly encourage you to bring your Hinckley Bonneville, Speedmaster, America, Scrambler, SE, T120 or Thruxton, or at least another British motorcycle. However you're perfectly welcome to show up on something else, and riders often do. We're here to have a great time - not bash bikes.
If you would like to attend Cambria, you need to first find a place to stay. You can find a list of motels and campgrounds in or near Cambria by going here. Your best access to everything that's going on is the Cambria Palms, however if that's full, there are numerous other hotels in the area.
Please remember to be courteous at the Cambria Rally. By signing up for this event, you agree to hold any sponsors and organizers harmless, financially or otherwise. Motorcycling is by its very nature more risky than traveling by car, and you are encouraged to ride your own ride, obey the law, make sure your bike is in excellent mechanical condition, is currently registered and insured and that you wear safety gear at all times.
We're all adults and are responsible for our own safety. Visit our Rules page for more info.
Also please remember to behave courteously at the motel or campground where you stay so we'll be welcomed next year.
Interested in attending the Cambria Rally? See the About and Resources pages for more information, and don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.