Despite the surprisingly warm October weather, autumn inevitably gives way to a winter cold, which means that it is not far off when the time comes to put motorcycles on a joke, and put helmets and jackets in a closet. Until next spring. But bikers do not know how to be sad, so they decided to celebrate the closing of the season with fun and in a big way. The idea, by the way, belongs to the Samara guys from the Red Dragon club, and it was enthusiastically supported by the Ulyanovsk bikers from Seven Winds.
The gathering was set in the square in front of the memorial. The rays of the autumn sun had not yet melted the morning coolness, and a dull roar was already heard over the Volga embankment - choppers, sportbikes, "tourists", off-road enduros were pulled up to the meeting place. The guys from Inza made a real sensation when they arrived at the beautifully restored Izh-49. There were a lot of high-quality home-made products - the most noticeable garage creation was a giant trike with a car engine, which came from Yoshkar-Ola. And the most expensive silver-colored HarleyDavidson V-Road was owned by the president of the Ulyanovsk Motorsport Federation Vadim Kharlov.
At lunchtime, a growling column moved across the city to the karting track on Moskovsky Highway. Drivers greeted the bikers with signals, and passersby escorted admiring glances and hastily photographed with mobile phone cameras. There were no pitfalls at the crossroads - the guys from Seven Winds were on duty all along the line.