But the Quail was up to the challenge, and with more than 300 of some of the world's finest motorcycles arranged on the carefully manicured greens of the Quail Lodge & Golf Club, the bikes managed to somehow reclaim the spotlight, with this year's featured classes including Honda CB750s and Brough Superiors. Blindingly blue skies and balmy temps set the stage for emcee Paul d'Orléans and head judge Somer Hooker as they presided over an eclectic mix of vintages and classics alongside some wild customs. Italian twins? At their sexy best. Classic British iron? Yessir. Honda Fours, Yamaha two-strokes, BMW airheads, ancient Indians—a good slice of the vintage motorcycle world was repped out on those greens.