Vintage Motorcycle show

Lawless Harley Davidson in Renton, WA decided to host a motorcycle show.

This is of course an excellent way of scoring goodwill with your customers and also give motorcycle enthusiasts a chance to show off their cool bikes. Heck, they may even sell a bike or two.

Let’s start with Mike Budshat’s 1930’s something Excelsior with a 250 Bultaco engine. It was raced by Bard Hanson and won many feature mains.

 

Bultaco 250 engine

Trophy porn

 

More Bultaco action. This is Justin Reinmuth 1966 Bultaco Mercurio 175.

 

On the description of the bike it was asked for the “cool factor” Mike simply wrote: “The Tank” No shit!

 

1966? Ducati Mark 3

 

Ducati engine porn

 

Ducati tool box porn

 

1931 Terott HSSL 350cc. From the LeMay family collection

 

1931 Terott HSSL muffler porn.

 

1966? Ducati

 

Ducati headlight porn.

 

Anyone studying vintage motorcycle racing will sure coma across the Rickman name as in Rickman frames. Rickman Motorcycles was a motorcycle chassis manufacturer spearheaded by Derek and Don Rickman.

 

Frame porn. Rickman made motorcycles from 1960 to 1975. Not only were these frames strong and allowed for excellent handling on the track, they nickel finish was an added bonus.

 

 

Luckiest kid evar…

 

Great show. I am personally interested in a Dyna Wide Glide so I asked a salesman if I could sit on a few.  However, he did not stop eating in front of me so I decided to keep looking. There are a lot of late model Harleys out there.