The penultimate tranche of snaps from a fine weekend spent at the Vintage Revival. A few short movie clips thrown in for good measure too.
|Pavel Malanik's extraordinary scratch built Torpedo replica.|
|A genuine work of art.|
|The remarkable thing is how it looks so new but so period|
authentic. The bike appears to have been made entirely with
traditional methods. There's not a trace of cnc to be seen at all.
|And here is Pavel's equally remarkable NLG replica. Apparently|
capable of in excess of 90mph and as he circulated it looked
like he was not far off that speed. I would love to know what he
was clocked at.
|As it was the year of the ABC here's an ABC racer.|
|A pair of Harley J based board trackers.|
|A very lovely and very early FN.|
|BSA Model E ready to circulate.|
|Replica penny farthing type device.|
|An ABC out on the track.|
|A pair of Bedelia cyclecars pass by.|
|American Excelsior board tracker.|
|Monet & Goyon Automouche.|
|This Moulton mounted cyclist kept up a really good pace.|
|The veteran motorcycle / bicycle / general slow vehicle|
parade was one of the most fun by far.
|FN four whisps by.|
|You can't take yourself too seriously in a Velocar!|
|Sunbeam and Harley v twins.|
|Harley board tracker.|
|And finally a BSA Model E 770cc v twin.|