Last Sunday Tuyen and I took a little ride down to the 4th Annual Tucson Vintage Bike show. Seems to get bigger each year. It's held at the Barrio Brewing Company downtown. I just wanted to share some of my pictures. Not going to give a lot of commentary. Just enjoy the eye candy!
Quick shot after getting off the bike. It's like being a kid in the parking lot of Disneyland. Gotta go see...gotta go see!
I've always been a big fan of the Royal Enfield's. I looked at getting one before deciding on the Bonnie. They're sweet looking rides.
Notice how the crash guard has some sort of wind screen with a hole cut out for the exhaust. Kind of defeats the purpose of air cool. Also, right side shifter. That would mess me up in so many ways.
Mid 90's Triumph Trophy?
I thought the tank badge looked like a Triumph badge flipped upside down. Minus the knee pad.
Definitely the same, if not more people since last year. Quite a few more classic bikes and less modern ones parked on the street.
Best looking bike at the show in my opinion. 1958 BMW R60 w/Geko Sidecar.
Fat front tire always looks mean!
Second best looking bike at the show IMO. Do I have a secret desire for sidecars??
A lot of interest in this bike. A Ural M70 Solo 2012. Supposedly one of ten made. Don't know much about it.
I will own a vintage headlight. It's only a matter of time.