The final tranche of photos from a day of scuffing around Kempton Park. This time some punters bikes from the bike park and a few more autojumble gems.
|Lovely used pre-war Velocette MAC ridden to the show.
|This is what could be termed a 'character bike'. Panther with
mods for regular comfortable use. Is that screen from a Ural?
Plus massive tail pack, possibly for carrying a canine companion.
|Recently built Metisse with electric start Indian Royal Enfield
Bullet motor. Sweet bike.
|Harley 45 ridden to the show.
|This cafe racer BSA A10 was in the jumble
area. Not sure if it was for sale or not. Nice untouched
sixties cafe racer. Were it mine I wouldn't change
a thing on it.
|Tail view of same BSA A10 cafe racer. Hmmm... did I say
I wouldn't change a thing if it was mine, amend that, I might put a
period black / silver number plate on it.
|This Triumph pre-unit chop was displaying some heavy
duty patina. It could have been tucked away for years but
I know from bitter experience that just two or three years in
a leaky shed can yield similar results.
|Close up of the Triumph chop. I'm a big exponent of keeping
stuff oily rag but this one would definitely benefit from looking
|Last but not least this very purposeful Norton Commando
engined Wasp off road outfit. The rear suspension is
taken care of by a cantilever with a Mini rubber suspension
cone and external damper.