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post #1 of 5 Old Jul 25th, 2013, 8:10 am Thread Starter
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For those of us that like the "old" bikes

This link was sent to me by a friend of mine,
I really enjoy looking at the old bikes and remembering the lifestyle,
Thought some of you might too.

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Nice, followed the links to slideshows of the 1960 Big Bear Run, Catalina Scrambles and many other cool old races and rides ... thanks


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Re: For those of us that like the "old" bikes

You might like this one......a 1930 Triumph 500 that I had bought in 1965, in New Zealand, for 5 pounds (about $10US at that time). The picture is the bike with its previous owner:

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Thanx so much for the post.........I really enjoyed the dickens out of it...........keep the faith and B-Safe..........J

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Thanks for sharing this. Great story about those kids wow
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