We arrived early to shoot some video for an upcoming project that John Lawless of My Classic Motorcycles is working on. I don't want to blow up his spot, so check his blog for details.
The show is really a block party for vintage bike enthusiasts. Free music, free beer, friendly vibes and lots of bikes!
*I gotta run to work, so for now here are some pictures I snapped on my iPhone. More coming shortly so check back for updates.
|Welcome to Greenpoint, New York.|
|The film crew regrouping for a "ride through Greenpoint" shoot.|
|The Badger, from Cycle Icons L.L.C. in Trenton NJ|
|Irish Jack soaks in the badger while Leon from Cycle Icons chats with John Lawless in the background|
|A well put together cafe'd CB550|
|Not a norton, a Honda GB500, very collectible in it's own right.|
|Owner Matt Welsh explains how he's furthered Hondas vision of a Production Cafe Bike|
|The bike was a barn find so many hours of labor went into making the bike roadworthy.|
|Live music from NY native bands provided the right aural atmosphere.|
|Very cool MV Agusta|
|tank decals of categories raced.|
|(for Justin) A nicely done Benelli 250 single.|
|This CL360 Honda is a real racer. The privateer world of vintage racing thrives!|
|The weather remained nice and the crowd quickly grew.|
|The faded "Works" sign adds to the charm of Greenpoints finest shops.|
|Tex, from Rev'it race-wear talks to a few friends|