The thing I like most about this meet is you have some bikes that are regulars and then others show up that you’ve never seen in the flesh before, like the above Suzuki RE5 Rotary Engine equipped monster. The only fly in the ointment this year was the cock who parked his Mini Van right in the middle of the bike line. In the end it didn’t seem to matter though one of the Vintage guys asked me about my bike being close to their vintage line. I looked over at the brand new Goldwing F6 (you can see it parked behind the Suzuki in the above pic). He muttered something about it not really mattering and walked off. Maybe he was new. My experience with this show is that a bunch of vintage bikes show up and then a smaller number of very cool new bikes show up. This year was no different and other than a truly nasty hamburger (the kind where halfway through eating it you ask yourself, “What the hell am I eating?”) As much as I love planes, the bikes are why I came to the show. So this is where the bulk of the pictures are going to be. I did do some HDR treatment to some of the images and I hope you find it works. I’m trying to highlight the patina and age on some of these bikes, especially the one 1940 Harley that showed up.