The 3rd Annual Joe’s Mini Bike Reunion turns out to be the largest one yet! For such a niche event focusing on mini bikes, it’s astonishing to see that it’s growing every year! Joe and his team works very hard to provide and accommodate everyone that is attending JMBR, whether you’re a pubic spectator or a participant, they’ll make sure you’ll have a good time! Unlike other events, JMBR is free to the public; there’s even raffle prizes for those are just willing to stroll through, who wouldn’t want to be here?!
Early morning routines, usually consist of loading equipments, chairs, and bikes onto the truck.
For those that would like to go on the simple ride from The Hat SGV to JMBR, the route is always simple and smooth.
Arriving at 8:30am to La Crescenta Valley Park.
Morning greeting with Brian and AJ.
When you attend any JMBR, there will be a few ‘big-guys’ AKA Joe’s bodyguards standing around the park to keep things in check and in place. These guys are ready to take care of anything that is out of place, generally speaking.
Dillon setting up the bikes for the show, placing Steady Garage stickers on Marble Madness Ruckus so that people can have a sticker if they would like.
A very nicely build trike mini bike. We’re really digging the steez on this bike, everything from the suicide shifter, springer seat, to the gas tank from Mooneyes. We’re not sure who the owner is, but we appreciate your bike!
Nothing represent California more than a Mexican Serapes.
A very unique project! This rig is just asking to be driven, we’re not going to lie, we wanted to drive this thing.
This bike is pretty gnarly. Custom swing arm, a side draft, and a base ball bat used as an exhaust? Rad!
Here’s Joe on the mic next to his bodyguard.
A project by West Coast Mini Bikes.
Very nice Aluminum trailer with this wagon.
Bikes built by Taco Mini Bikes.
Some nice Mini Trails at the show.
A very clean 1960 Bonham Tote Gote.
RIP GARY M. who passed away earlier this year. We’re happy to see that you friends and family still carries on your passion!
The Ruckus and Street-Legal corner of the show.
Joe presenting Steady Garage with a award.
Our sponsored Honda Grom Race Bike built and owned by the Richardson Brothers. It won the M1GP 24hr Endurance race a few weeks before the show. Everything was kept as is for JMBR! The track dust is still fresh on the bike!
Garry’s fresh new look for his Grom. A month ago, he asked us to help him order a Tyga Performance MRX Racer Kit for his bike. He was one of the first one in the US to have this kit! We love it because it’s nostalgic, often reminding people about the Yamaha YSR’s and Honda NSR’s, which are both very successful in racing in the mini moto series.
But by the time anyone have seen these photos, Garry has made many changes to his bike that no other Grom have done… yet. We’ll post more about it shortly.
Always great to see Ricky’s KSR out and about. Long before the Grom hit American soil, our friends Ricky and TJ have been beating around on their KSR.
Frank Chavez and his newly rebuilt Honda Ruckus, sporting new paint, new brakes, and new accessories. His bike was painted Jet black with Rainbow flakes by Midnight Garage.
Bikes from Glendale Honda.
Iron Eddie Ruckus posting up looking sexy. It hasn’t seen much daylight since Super Sunday.
Mark and Amber made it out to JMBR, always a great time with these lovely couples.
That’s it for this year’s Joe’s Mini Bike Reunion! For next one, please be sure to follow JMBR on Instagram and Facebook!
Thank you Joe for having us! It was a honor to build some custom trophies and to contribute to JMBR! It’s a pleasure to be able to help out! Thank you Joe and the JMBR team!