|My trusty Kawasaki Concours (Goldie)|
From the outside it's hard to believe such a building houses so many valuable motorcycles and the sign hardly shows it, a little sign in front of the building.
Once you get inside, it's a whole different story, you are surrounded by all kinds of motorcycles that go back all the way to the 19th century, remember, we are in the 21st century, hard to believe.
I'm a big Google user but was always annoyed when viewing pictures because they would open one at a time. With the advent of Google Plus, which I encourage everyone to join and friend me there, they have updated the way pictures are displayed, now you can see all the pictures in a post at the same time and in full size when you click on any photo.
I will be making various posts since I have so many pictures, there's no point in taking pictures if no one sees them so without further ado here is the first batch, enjoy.
Who doesn't remember "Easy Rider", the 1969 American road movie written by Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper? There's a nice collection of choppers from various Hollywood movies.
The 60's and 70's were crazy, you gotta love the trikes from the era. These pictures were taken with my old camera with a special fisheye adapter, excuse the distortion.
I had to have a little fun, this mini chopper that looks like it was made by the guys at OCC (Orange County Choppers) was the only motorcycle we could sit on, I took advantage of it.