I was at a vintage motorcycle show in Tacoma, Washington at the Lemay car museum and saw this. It’s an original owner 1969 sand cast CB750. It has over 60,000 miles on it all by him. He said, it’s never been laid down or ridden by anybody else. It still had the old style 4 cable linkage on the carbs and he rode it to the show 50 miles one way. Usually these sand cast bikes are only seen in pictures or museums. it makes me sick to my stomach to see wealthy dicks restoring motorcycles and never even putting oil in them and sticking them in their front room. Seeing this made me very happy. RIDE THAT SHIT!
Sunday I got out for a spin through the Mount Rainier National Park area. There’s nothing better than curvy roads and a cool mountain breeze on a hot day.
I road my Buell 240 miles this morning to buy this van. It came with a custom made carrier designed to carry a CBR650 and it hauled the Buell the 240 miles back home at 70 mph the whole way. Time to remodel the van into a camping rig and get out of town.
I’ll never understand why people download pics and then upload them without the original poster’s info. I took this pic the day before Born Free 5 at Cooks Corner at the Show Class build off. Whenever somebody removes the original poster’s info it makes me think those people are fuckin lame. It takes less time to reblog and if somebody wants to know where the pic came from they can easily find it. I suppose if I really gave a shit I’d start watermarking my pics. If I did that I wouldn’t be able to find out who the fucktards are though.
The VME Tiddler Tour was today. Road my Aermacchi from 6am to 3pm and saw some killer small bore bikes. The MV Agusta is one of many rad bikes that were there.