|with Gary Roper and his '51 Velo MAC that I had race the previous two days.|
John Ray had his Mk VII KTT Velocette and there was a very nice Yamaha TD-2B, RG 500 Suzuki and a Greeves Silverstone.
|John Ray's MKVII KTT Velocette|
|the Greeves Silverstone has a great tech sticker|
There were plenty of MX bikes including an Islo. But, perhaps the most special competition bike was Wayne Rainey's 1991World Championship winning YZR 500 Yamaha. Wayne was there along with Kenny Roberts, Mert Lawill, and Jim Rice. Paul d'Orleans, the Vintagent, was the M.C. and conducted interviews.
There was a very odd street bike which I had never heard of : a '47 Jordan, a twin crank square four of 1000cc with full body work.
|the motor is 1000cc, twin crank, square four|
I have a soft spot for the Danish Nibus 750.
|The frame is flat stock riveted together|
There were several Cannonball bikes there including an Excelsior Henderson with a very neat and unobtrusive mechanical rim disc brake, a modern safety upgrade they're allowed to make.
With an excellent buffet lunch, it was a fine way to spend the day.
|Randy Grubb had a number of his Deco creations there. Note the helmet on the left|
|a twin pipe CZ motocrosser|