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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
I was thinking the same thing
Dropping into Telluride, Colorado, a few years ago.
Not a "planned" photo. Just turned out that way.
I visited the Kansas Motorcycle Museum yesterday http://www.ksmotorcyclemuseum.org/ and they had 3 rigs on display so I took some pictures for you.
1940 Harley 80
It has a brake on the hack.
1945 Moto-Scoot Delivery
The dog has better goggles and more modern lights...
Good use for a merry-go-round ride!
"Looks like a leaner"
Nah - A weiner.
I am surprised that no one commented on this Vincent/S500L outfit, built half a century ago by Malcolm Atrill and the same today save for the disc brakes. It was never a collectors' piece, has thousands of racetrack miles on it, been to Europe many times, and has been ridden hard in all weather. Every part of this machine deserves study, especially the handmade alloy and stainless bits made by Malcolm. This machine was, many years ago, the inspiration for my 650 Bonne/Steib S350. Gold Star silencer, 16 inch Dunlop alloy rims and racing tires, Smiths conical racing tacho...
Thank you for posting it, Kev.
Hey I know you !!!.
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I thought I knew you too, then read all that silly talk about selling your sidecar ... not so sure any more!
Doing Chelan again this year?
Took a ride out to Sanibel Island today.Beautiful day.
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Did you do the Sanibel Stoop while you were there?
Yep, and my wife has buckets of shells to prove it. We lived there for 13 years and still have a cottage on East Gulf Drive.
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We (FGCU aka Dunk City) lost to Florida last night.
Just brought it home yesterday, going through the spares and bike. Wanted 1 for awhile, now I need to pack my parachute before setting off on it.
Ah, many moons ago I stayed for two weeks at the last cottage on the left before the bridge to Captiva. Remember it well, what a great place to relax. Got surprised by a gator crawling out of the ditch in the Ding Darling nature reseve, scared the hell out of the wife
I saw this Jawa and sidecar at a restaurant in Beckley, WV a couple of years ago. It's unusual even seeing a sidecar m/c around here, but even more so with a two stroke engine. I've seen a few Jawa motocross bikes but never a twin cylinder street bike.
Sorry I didn't get a better picture of the sidecar.
Does anybody have any idea of the size of the engine or the approximate year of the bike?
Congrats. I tried to help the owner sell this last Summer. Super clean and lots of spare parts.
I am so proud to finally own something which I can post to this thread!
Here's our 2013 Ural Patrol in "see us coming" orange.
here are neighbors with my wife checking it out just after delivery.
Here's the wife during her first ride in the chair this past week (big smiles!)
Here are a couple of "on the road" shots.
Here it is with its stablemate.
Nice Kendon too.
Thanks. I used the Kendon to haul my track bike to VIR and CMS. But, I'm getting too old for that stuff so I went a direction of 180 degrees from track days by picking up a Ural.