The Manhattan Classic Car Club | AutoblogVR

And we see what it's like to own a motorcycle in New York City.

The Manhattan Classic Car Club is a haven for enthusiasts in America's biggest and busiest city. Traffic, taxis, and just people getting you down? Head to the former NYPD horse stables on the banks of the Hudson River for your car fix. Senior Editor Greg Migliore shows what life is like for members. Sure, they get to drive a fleet of expensive cars, but they also have access to perks like movie nights and other social events. Want to catch a classic film in a classic Bronco? The CCC is the place to be. Greg then hops behind the wheel of an Alfa Romeo 4C Spider for some rush-hour fun.

Across town, motorcycle fans have their own haven, Ryders Alley. Need a place to store or work on your bike? This is your sanctuary. Tucked away in a downtown alley that's nearly impossible to find, Ryders serves the cult of two-wheel enthusiasts in the Big Apple. Consumer Editor Jeremy Korzeniewski tours the workshop and storage area and takes a few laps around New York in an Indian Scout Sixty.

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