1. The Rock Store, Cornell
The Rock Store is one of the most iconic motorcycle hangouts in the world, not just Southern California. With an amazing location on the windy Mulholland Highway, riders are able to enjoy a few thrills and eat their fill—all while enjoying the exciting canyon roads, great food and a slice of history served at the Rock Store every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. If you have never been, it is worth the trip! The Rock Store really is the perfect pit stop for Motorcycle Riders.
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Cook’s Corner, Trabuco
Cook’s Corner is all about live music, cold beer, and good times. Cook’s is more than just a place for bikers, it’s a destination! This biker bar is well-known in Southern California for their awesome food, camaraderie, great prices, and most importantly, the amazing atmosphere. Located in beautiful Trabuco Canyon, riders are guaranteed to enjoy this biker bar almost as much as the ride getting there.
The BAM Booth is also set up at Cook’s Corner in Orange County on the weekends. If you are out riding this weekend in Orange County be sure to stop into Cook’s and sign up. This bar is a definite can’t miss when it comes to biker destinations in Southern California.
The Buckhorn Bar and Grill, Dixon
The Buckhorn is a very pro-biker bar and assists with many SoCal runs and rallies throughout the year. Every Friday and Saturday night, Buckhorn’s has live rock bands and has a Tuesday karaoke night that can’t be missed. Also not to be missed: the bartenders, who regulars say are the best (and best looking) around. This is a local bar, but very friendly to traveling bikers. To get there, just travel 20 miles west of Sacramento to Hwy 113 S and take the North First Street exit off I-80.
Whiskey Creek Saloon, Hollister
This bar is the main hangout for the Hollister Rally and is like stepping into a living history book. Photos from across decades adorn the walls – and there always seems to be an “old timer” on hand with some great stories to tell. Located off of the 101, on exit 25 to Hollister at 201 5th St.
Wine and Beer Garden, Temecula
The Biker Sunday here is a MUST. On any given Sunday, you’ll find between 50 to 100 bikes lined up. The vibe is friendly, with lots of locals and regulars who welcome new riders and make them feel at home. To get there, head off the 15 in Old Town Temecula, right on Front Street next to Soro’s Mediterranean restaurant.
Neptune’s Net, Malibu
This great seafood restaurant also boasts one of the liveliest biker scenes in Southern California. Neptune’s Net is located right off of the Pacific Coast Highway and features fresh seafood, amazing ocean views and an easy, biker-friendly vibe. Neptune’s Net is a popular place for riders to meet before or after riding on Mulholland Highway or PCH and is located at 42505 Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.
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