|Nice pair of old Bonnevilles in Pine Bluff.|
|Norton, Pine Bluff. Not to be confused with Norton from the "Honeymooners".|
|Rolling into Pine Bluff. As usual, a nice crowd.|
|Never a shortage of stuff to look at. I love the Old War bikes.|
|How every front yard in America should look in May. No one yelled, "Get off my lawn..."|
|Sportbikes of all vintages? Yep.|
|Velocette: the English motorcycle with the French name |
founded by a German dude. And, yes, you don't see many of these around.
|Always a wide variety coming and going in Pine Bluff were the fun begins.|
|There is always a story, and it usually has Peter Egan's name on it.|
|One of the "forgotten" Italian brands. Bad-ass cool, nonetheless. And yes, I'd like to have one. Parked in Leland.|
|More proof that God loves motorsickless. Especially in Leland.|
|Were real Norwegians eat in Osseo, Wis.|
|This sign has sat for years on Hwy. 10 outside of a long closed|
bar on the far outskirts of Neillsville, Wis.
|Every child born in the 60s and 70s wants one of these.|
|There was some sorta story about this bike. Didn't have time to read it all. Dooooh.|
|Like old vintage British Iron? Crud Run is the place to see it all. |
This fine Triumph was parked in Leland, where the sun always shines on English bikes.
|Yep, I have shot this one before. Never fails to draw me in when I see it in Pine Bluff.|
|Batman rolled into Pine Bluff. But he was undercover, dressed like a regular rider.|