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A bicycle with a tank and engine shoved in the frame
Love the white tires
The owner must have had very short arms, look at the handlebars
This three-wheeler came from the "De Dion, Bouton et Trépardoux" company which was formed in Paris in 1883. This became the "De Dion-Bouton" automobile company, the world's largest automobile manufacturer for a time, becoming well known for their quality, reliability, and durability
The SdKfz 2, better known as the Kleines Kettenkraftrad HK 101 or Kettenkrad for short (Ketten = tracks, krad = military abbreviation of the German word Kraftrad, the administrative German term for motorcycle), started its life as a light tractor for airborne troops. The vehicle had the advantage of being the only gun tractor small enough to fit inside the hold of the Ju 52.
The Harley-Davidson XA (Experimental Army) was a flat-twin shaft drive motorcycle made by Harley-Davidson for the US Army during World War II. Only about 1000 were produced (Wiki)
Ace Motor Corporation was a motorcycle manufacturer in operation continuously in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania between 1919 and 1924 and intermittently afterward until 1927. Essentially only one model of the large luxury four-cylinder motorcycle, with slight variations, was made from first to last.
1970 AMF Harley Davidson
Anyone for a cold treat? Ice cream?
I love the colors on this motorcycle.
The waterfront along the Hudson river in Newburgh has a nice dock and lots of restaurants. You can take a leisurely ride on a paddle boat or just watch the power boats go by.
Since Orange County Choppers (OCC) is nearby, some of us decided to visit the place. I had been there on a previous ride but decided to go again to see the effects of the split between Paul Teutul, Sr., and Paul Teutul, Jr.
My favorite chopper on display, a special Cadillac CTS-V themed model.
I own a Cadillac CTS-V
A chopper designed for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.
My second favorite chopper on display, a special model made for the National Fallen Heroes Memorial.
I love the assault rifles and the ammo boxes with the ammo chains streaming out.
I have reached the end of my posts of the trip to the Motorcyclepedia Museum. I hope you have a chance to visit one day. There are many more motorcycles on display than I could post here.
I will end with a picture of the Paul Sr. bobble head toy. I hope you have enjoyed my pictures.