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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by ricochetrider, Jan 12, 2012.
Glad to see that she marked her territory like a good Brit bike.
Here's my Norton, and a buddy's BSA, "marking their territory" at the York, PA Harley plant
- a friend was visiting from England and we rode in to take the free tour. Leaked oil all over the nice clean parking lot there!
That is an awesome tour of the facility, isn't it...? We stopped in on the way to West Va a few years ago,only Guzzi in the parking lot...
Yeah, not bad! I live not too far off, and FINALLY it dawned on me that I could take out of town visitors, or folks who come in from out of the country, even. My buddy always loads 'em up in the car to go drive around Gettysburg, and I'm like, "really?". Screw that! Let's go tour Harley. PLUS it's air conditioned! I thought eyeballs were going to pop right out of peoples' heads when we KICK STARTED the bikes. It was a gas.
Leaving oil drops on the nice lot was an additional bonus.
Lunch with a friend this week, at Roadford.
More here - http://wp.me/p2UWBr-2kd
Is this a recent picture?
No idea, Found it on the web while looking for parts.
I'd love to know what you typed into the search engine to get that
Yikes...12 hp to turn a tank track!
Tennessee must get a lot more snow than I remember.
It made it to Lexington, Ky. in 2011. Nice to see.
It's 30 degrees below today...how fast do you want to go?
Clearly an OCC / Paul Senior design.
[QUOTE=roadholder;20557621]It's 30 degrees below today...how fast do you want to go? [/QUOTE]
What else you gonna do...ride a snow pig?
Patina. Some things just look right.
Ariel Red Hunter
Royal Enfield Sidevalve
I probably posted these already but fuck it!
"Snuffy" Smith with his Trackmaster framed Triumph twin. Ceriani forks with Honda disc brakes,Micuni carbs, belt primary, etc.
Snuffy was AHRMA 750 Sportsman National Champ several times.
Saw this at a Eurobike show last summer in Raleigh.