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Old 07-04-2019   #1083
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Old 08-05-2019   #1089
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Lovely shot Mike, and somebody's labour of love to restore the Triumph 650 Bonneville so beautifully. It looks like about a 1965 or so model, but the front brake is from something else. I've not seen one like that before. I owned three 650 Triumphs back in the day, a '58 Tiger 100, '59 Bonneville, and lastly a '69 Trophy.
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Old 08-26-2019   #1094
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It's been a while since I've developed. But earlier this year I made my annual pilgrimage to the British Motorcycle Club of Tasmania's annual display at Richmond not far from Hobart. Although it's the smallest state of Australia, truly rare and interesting machines are over-represented in Tasmania.

This 1914 Dayton got my attention by the entrance.
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A closer look at the powerplant:
500C/M; 150mm Sonnar f/4; Acros 100; tripod, cable release etc; ID-11 1 + 3 20C/16m.



The auction of this 1951 Vincent Black Lightning last year set a world record price. It's return to Australia is fitting, given an extended early history in the country with its second owner, Jack Ehret, which included breaking the Australian land speed record in 1952 with a run of 141.5 mph.
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It's been a while since I've developed. But earlier this year I made my annual pilgrimage to the British Motorcycle Club of Tasmania's annual display at Richmond not far from Hobart. Although it's the smallest state of Australia, truly rare and interesting machines are over-represented in Tasmania.

This 1914 Dayton got my attention by the entrance.

A closer look at the powerplant:
500C/M; 150mm Sonnar f/4; Acros 100; tripod, cable release etc; ID-11 1 + 3 20C/16m.

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Nifty machinery, wonderful preservation! This motor is interesting in part because it appears to be a side-valve exhaust combined with overhead valve intake!
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"This motor is interesting in part because it appears to be a side-valve exhaust combined with overhead valve intake!" Inlet over exhaust engines were once common:

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Another couple of images from the Richmond motorcycle display.
Here's the Black Lightning again in the foreground. Behind it are several other machines belonging to the same owner—two more Vincents, and a Brough Superior. The Vinnie on the left is a Rapide, a series B, perhaps, because I think it still has Brampton forks. That to the right I was personally quite delighted to encounter, having read about it for many years but not previously seen one real life—it's rather rarer than most Vincent twins—the pre-war Series A, a fundamentally different design in many ways to later models.

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A close up of the Series A motor.

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Doug, I'd quite like to hear it running at some point. I think I'd like the sound it makes.
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^^ Do I see a Tiger Cub above the Brough Superior ? Peter
If you get the chance to post some pics of the more "lowly " bikes, that would be appreciated . Peter
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That's a worthwhile collective noun of motorcycles, the last photo is very striking!
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That's a worthwhile collective noun of motorcycles, the last photo is very striking!
Thank you, Charles, it's nice of you to say so. I had no idea that these motorcycle police were going to be assembling for this event, I just stumbled onto it.

This is another thing I didn't expect to see especially in Yokohama, Japan. I'm guessing that he and his friends are in Japan for the Rugby World cup.


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^^ Do I see a Tiger Cub above the Brough Superior ? Peter
If you get the chance to post some pics of the more "lowly " bikes, that would be appreciated . Peter
Hi Peter,
I'm always interested in seeing a classic Triumph myself—but as I was quite restricted in my photo opportunities by the many visitors to the hall admiring the bikes, I didn't get any of the ones on stage on the day, sorry. The machine at centre stage (a Ducati 200cc Elite) did make an appearance in posts 961 and 963 of this thread though.
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Honda Cub, Super Cub and similar, the workhorses on Asian streets


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Honda Econo Power C70
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Honda Super Cub
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Honda Cub
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mobile photo printing!! - during Vietnamese New Year


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Saigon back alley drinking water delivery:


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drinking water home delivery
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drinking water home delivery
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mobile ice cream stall:


at the fish market
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mobile snack stall:


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another drinking water delivery service:


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Indian version of the the Honda Cub, made by Bajaj


Bajaj M-80
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^^ Nice Kawasaki... but look to the left and beyond! Looks like a 1000cc Honda inline six! Don't see many of those around.
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And it was in the same great shape as the Kawi . Peter
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Lovely-looking BMW Andreas, not covered in mud and dust like mine. It depends on the time of year which coats the bike most, as I live on a dirt road. It's unusually clean in this shot: PS _ I really like your hard-working scooter photos above.

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^ haha, nice Peter, 5 on a small bike..

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Lovely-looking BMW Andreas, not covered in mud and dust like mine. It depends on the time of year which coats the bike most, as I live on a dirt road. It's unusually clean in this shot: PS _ I really like your hard-working scooter photos above...John Mc
Wow, John your's is a classical, the type I also could fall for from.. the late 1970s? My brother, in the meantime, got the latest, again bigger one, as much as I know..

These small bikes around Asia are real workhorses, but of course not only that but first of all the vehicle for personal transport, also as motorcycle taxi or Xe Om as called here in Vietnam

rush hour in Saigon:

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a bit earlier in the day:

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and Xe Om drivers waiting for customer:

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Untitled
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note it has been a few years since these had been taken, nowadays there aren't less bikes around but more cars
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My BMW is a 1970 model Andreas, the first of the /5 series, and conveniently the first BMW with an electric start. The seat is comfortable, but I couldn’t sleep on it like the guy above. That’s something I’ve not seen before. He must do yoga I think.
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