UPCOMING EVENTS in 2014
August 2nd, 2014: Blazin’ Bike Show in downtown historic Vista.
November, 2014: Thanksgiving “Heart to Feed 100″ military families. Date TBA.
July 4th, 2014: 3rd Annual Freedom to Ride Event
April 2014: Annual Earth Day Recycling Program: Good all week starting Monday 4/21/14 through Friday 4/25/14. Bring in your old used motor oil, oil filters, batteries, coolant, fuel, etc. for FREE recycling/disposal. Limit 5 gallons of each liquid item, no limit on oil filters and batteries. Personal use only not for business disposal.
November 16th, 2013: 2nd Annual Heart to Feed 100 Food Drive benefiting active military families.
August 3rd, 2013: 2nd Annual Blazin’ Bike Show in Downtown Vista. Vista Motorcycle was a main sponsor at the 2nd Annual Blazin’ Bike show that will took place in historic downtown Vista on Aug 3rd, 2013. This bike show is a family friendly event, and a great one to show your bike in. There was variety of bikes, riders and of course, some great BBQ at the 5th Annual Smokin’ Q Classic that was taking place on adjacent streets. We look forward to being back down there next year!
July 4th, 2013: 2nd Annual Freedom to Ride Event was a huge success! Thank you to all the riders, sponsors and supporters that helped make the rides to the Veterans Hospital and home a huge success. Check out event photos on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/vistamotorcycle
November 17th 2012: 1st Annual “Heart to Feed 100″ Food Drive & Ride The “Heart to Feed 100″ Thanksgiving food drive & ride is our way of saying “Thank You” to local military families in need. They serve year round to keep our country safe and free. This was our time to serve them.
August 4th 2012: 1st Annual Blazin’ Bike Show. Vista Motorcycle sponsored the Best in Show Trophy. Read about this cool annual event , enjoy the the bike entries who competed for Best of Class and Best of Show.
July 4th 2012: Grand Re-Opening kickoff and Ride For Freedom 2012 Event! Next year we hope to have over 100 riders join us for the 2nd Annual Ride For Freedom Event. Check out the photos of the ride as its staging took place in front of the shop. We had breakfast, bikes and a bumpin’ good time as over 50 people attended this ride down to the local VA Hospital to honor our Vets.