MartinMoto “Modern Classics Ride In” – An Awesome Collection of Vintage Bikes. And Every One a Rider!

No trailer queens nor garage denizens here folks!  Take a gander at just a few of the amazing “Modern Classics” that showed up last Saturday for Martin Motorsports’ first “Modern Classics Ride-In” event. Each and every one of these bikes, and their riders, took advantage of cool and somewhat overcast “early autumn” Saturday afternoon to cruise on over to the Martin Moto parking lot in Boyertown, PA. For a first time event this one was a spectacular success, featuring a selection of well over 50 examples of the motorcycling classics from (mostly) the 60s, 70s, and 80s. We can’t wait to see what we attract for the 4th annual “Modern Classics” show coming up on March 1st, 2014. In the meantime, enjoy this batch of beauties!

The parking area was full for hours! Check out the early Kawi Ninja 900 in the foreground. Can you believe it's been just short of 30 years since that first Ninja?

The parking area was full for hours! Check out the early Kawi Ninja 900 in the foreground. Can you believe it’s been just short of 30 years since that first Ninja?

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Tasty Norton and a passel of airhead BMWs

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The Italian bike community was well represented from Lambrettas to Guzzis!

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Got BSAs?

'59 Harley Sportster. Awesome!

’59 Harley Sportster. Awesome!

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Honda CBX. Love all those pipes.

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Super clean Honda Nighthawk.

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Yammie street tracker.

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The requisite Vincent with it’s signature oil spot.

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Really nice Norton Cafe.

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Ever ride a hand shift bike?

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Customs were well represented. How about this Suzuki. Sweet!

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Wild animals?

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We didn’t just have cafe racers – the bikes. Cafe racers – the people, showed up too. Off to the next cafe!

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Seat off. Tools out. Sometimes restorations continue in the parking lot. It’s all part of the fun of old bikes!

If you liked this sampling then you should mark the date of March 1, 2014 on your calendar. It’s the Fourth Annual MartinMoto “Modern Classics” show featuring the epic bikes of the 60s, 70s, and 80s. You don’t want to miss it!

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