Some pics of Bike Week, this being the Rat's Hole bike show.
Mark Hayward (R) & me, w/his bike.
John Furber & me. I'm 5 ft 10 in. so yes he's tall.
Karl Hill, he has lots of parts for sale, ask him, tell him what you need. His bike.
Two pics of my favorite bike in the show. It's headed to someplace in Utah with a long course... .
H-D 45 cu. in. Flatheads, on gas, no power-adders. Very clean & neat. Generators (two) and points, not magnetos for the Ignition.
Another pic of Mark Hayward's bike.
The fanciest VMax I have seen while here.
A pre-unit Triumph & notice the orientation of the cyl. head & exhausts. A hardtail, and check out the rear sprocket. Kind of a hillclimber/post-apocalyptic bug-out two-wheeler. Slap some smooth tires on it suitable for round & round, replace the front brake with a spool hub, and I'd think it was a flat tracker.
While chatting with my fellow VMax'ers, Sean Morley's and Captain Kyle's names were mentioned as resources for work & parts. Though you may not have been there, your contributions to the VMax brotherhood were recognized and appreciated.
I didn't see Ron from the NY Finger Lakes or Marcus, w/his 1500 Tourmax. Joe Raulf of Boxenstopp was mentioned in memorium as a provider of parts, service, and a place to congregate during Daytona Beach Bike Week. He was someone tall-enough to look John Furber in the eye, dead-even.