A few pictures of bikes at the Dragon Rally that caught my attention. Something great about the rally is that every one of the bikes there is used and used properly. Somehow they look sexier with a little road dirt and use. Great to see folks making an effort to turn up on some fairly unlikely machinery.
|Austell Pullman from the early 90s fitted with a BMC car|
engine. Designed as a sidecar bike and sold as a kit. The
most charitable description of the looks is 'functional'.
Somehow appealing though and very practical.
|Peugeot Vogue moped.|
|Very tidily turned out Triumph TR6.|
|Rare Villiers-engined Panther.|
|Plenty of MZs around and about.|
|Skis! Not quite sure how they work but they|
looked very purposeful.
|Guess the charging on this Norton 16H isn't very good!|
|Norton 16H again.|
|A trio of Honda Cubs.|
|Indian Scout 101 from 1928. I didn't walk around the whole|
site but I'm pretty sure this was the oldest machine there.
Well done that man!
|Close up of Indian Scout 101.|