The Miss-Fires have are an eclectic group of ladies and bikes and we make a point to have fun and not take ourselves to seriously. We had a nothing more than a loose last minute plan to hit up a few local parties for the 4th and see what trouble we could find…Sandra (above) rode in a vintage sundress, under full leathers on her Honda CB77, seen here setting Rachael up for a test ride. She makes full gear sexy as hell.
Lynda was recently reunited with her VTR 250 after moving to NY from California and waiting a painful few months before it could be shipped over. She hasn’t stopped smiling since!
Amanda and her Harley with Sandra and her CB77
Rachael taking a break from her Triumph Bonneville to take Sandra’s CB77 for a spin.
It’s so much fun, everyone wants a turn!
Rachael and Amanda
my 1962 Ford Ranchero with a perfectly matching Bell Bullet helmet
me, in my natural habitat. happiness.
my ranchero was running funny and a few of the classic car friends jumped in to lend a hand diagnosing. I was so engrossed, i never even noticed Rachael slapping my ass. ha!
Suzanne and her new whip.
Suzanne’s home made ‘America’ cake
Minivan burn outs
Greenpoint Hot Rod BBQ Miss-Fires ‘groupie’
As the sun set, full of BBQ and shenanigans, a crew suited up and hit the road in search of music and fireworks…
Our travels led us to where else, but the Dances Of Vice Rockabilly Extravaganza where VIP parking and tickets awaited us!
Live Bands, Swing and Jive dancing led by the Rebel Night crew, vintage vendors and a roof to see the fireworks display. Alison even won the twist off!
the ride home left us vintage car gals stuck in nightmare traffic while the moto ladies snuck on through. Lori’s 1959 T-Bird died in and BQE traffic was brought to a stand still while we managed a jump from my Ranchero. never a dull moment!
Happy America and HAPPY SUMMER!
1968 BSA Lightning 650, 1971 BSA Victor 250, 1971 Yamaha AT1 125, 1962 Ford Ranchero