The first of several postings of snaps from a jaunt down to Moto Legendes in Dijon. Always a great event and so many exotic and unusual machines to ogle.
|Beautiful MGC motorcycle in the autojumble|
area. Unusual cast petrol tank that forms part
of a bolt up frame of castings.
|Plenty of projects and vintage spares in the autojumble.|
|Detail from a Maserati 160cc offered for 10,000 euro.|
|Now that is what you call patina. Motoconfort|
in the jumble area.
|And another view of the Motoconfort.|
|Unrestored bikes very much in evidence. Loved this Guzzi.|
|Plenty of mopeds around...|
|Pair of nicely trials modded Motobecanes.|
|New Precision replica sidecar hitched up to a Hinckley Bonneville.|
|New Maps were popular this year. Quite a few of them around.|
|Lots of high quality details on the New Map.|
|Here there were two New Maps together. One nicely restored...|
|and the other nicely unrestored.|
|Captures the atmosphere well. Bikes and tents|
all around the circuit and unexpected exotica
to be found modestly hiding away.
|Monet Goyon to the fore and another New Map|
|In line fours of different eras. Henderson and Nimbus.|
|Love these thirties Gnome et Rhone bikes with their pressed|
|There was an impressive line up of Japauto|
modified Honda fours.
|Was really taken with this Japauto. Subtley but heavily modded.|
|Same Japauto from a greater distance.|
|1936 Terrot 500cc competition machine.|
|The French like their combos. This Yamaha|
XJ900 makes a sweet outfit.
|Rare Peugeot two stroke twin.|
|Motobecane two stroke triple. A very strong nod towards|
Kawasaki is going on with it.
|The baby brother Motobecane. This one a 125cc twin.|
|The Moto Club du Lion laid on a display with|
a barn find theme.