From Harlem to the Heights….

Friday 13 January, 2012 | By Ken

VRaceWorks hosted the first Harlem Winter Meet at the Hudson River Cafe to kick off the new year. Yes, it was quite brisk outside, but that didn’t stop the masses from converging at 12th Avenue to chill, hang out and enjoy what would also be the first day-time Harlem meet as well. Although the meet’s official start was at 2:30pm, people started rolling in at 1pm, looking to get prime parking and beat the crowds.

As you would expect from a VRaceWorks Harlem Meet, the quality of rides was top notch, and the diversity of rides and bikes was incredible. The added day-time light just made for great photo opportunities in a location that isn’t just famous for music video shoots, magazine advertisments, the Harlem meet, but also the Honda Tuning photoshoot location for Vracework’s 24K coupe and BulletProof.

After the Harlem Meet ended, the crowds still wasn’t ready to go home. So we took the party to La Marina on Dyckman Street in Washington Heights. Not a bad way to spend a relaxing Sunday afternoon.

Check out the coverage below, and be sure to scroll to the bottom for the complete gallery.

Super-mint DC2 RHD ITR

BulletProof looking good as always!

VRaceWorks Harlem meet is for everyone, the male and female enthusiast.

The winter temps couldn’t keep the bikes from coming through to enjoy the festivities.

EVO’s repping the Diamond Star on 12th Avenue.

MP Built’s S2000 chillin.

Shout out to Serious Innovation and the accord crew for reppin hard.

The Harlem Meet isn’t just about your favorite imports. There was some sweet domestics that came by including this beauty.

Fraternal Twins rolling to La Marina.

Modena love in the Heights.

This Silvia decided to have some fun at an undisclosed location after the Meet had come to an end. Enjoy the rest of the coverage in the gallery below!

Shot by:

Pravan Photography – Pravan’s Facebook fanpage.  / TMinus NYCSteve Florio / Chris Mallari / Slick Vic Kenny Bascon

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Co-founder, Managing Director, Photographer, and editor for SNTRL. To many in the Tri-State, Kenny aka "MAD JDM" needs no introduction. Always out there, always ready, always down.

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