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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Steptoe, Mar 12, 2008.
I didn't know Benny Hill has a brother...
Great pics !
One of the very best picture essays!
The look of sheer contentment on this guy's face is priceless. He's just happy to be here. Though "Mr. Toad" from The Wind in the Willows comes to mind... utter delight at the experience. My family also calls me "Mr. Toad" from time to time. These are great pictures. I think I may have found a new hobby...
That event has heaps of character...evident in the machinery, gear & people! Thanks for sharing the great pics!!
But I do hope that her majesty's finest were out in force, checking for emissions, exhaust noise and BSI kite-marked helmets.
Lot's of super neat bikes, what a day,
Thanks for sharing the pictures. Each ride on those old bikes looks like a real adventure!
Thanks for sharing! Amazing men and their machines.....
+1 Thanks for that made my night
Let me get my man on the blower
awesome awesome awesome.
puts my 1955 to shame.
Cool pics, gotta love those old bikes
Amazing blast from the past...thanks!!! *****
Thanks so much for sharing. Fan-bloody-tastic! Might as well drop a picture in amidst all the praise.
As someone said earlier, these guys were certainly adventurers in their day. One of these shots are front page material I would think. Velvet Ride! I nominate this one, he looks like he has the adventurers spirit!
Amazing, thanks por make my day.
Fantastic!! This stuff is AMAZING. Thanks for sharing! The fact that the riders dress the part makes it real. You can see the pride in their faces too.
Unlike old cars, old bikes are so much more fun to look at - everything mechanical is visible. The old leather belt-drives are sweet too!