Sometimes, you are determined to go racing, but do not bother to use traditional methods.
Spotted on the infield at Daytona Internations Speedway, March 2017
I would never make fun of this guy. You have heard that phrase about ‘glass houses’, right? So let me show you how I often traveled to Moroso and Homestead to race in CCS Lightweight Sportsman Class.
1984 Yamaha RZ350 on its way to Moroso. Probably 1995.
Got to love Ancra Tie Downs. One on each wheel secure the bike to the bumper, and more go from the handlebars, through both rear windows, and back out and to the rear frame. It shook and wobbled with every start, stop, or bump.
I eventually bought a one axle enclosed trailer. One time on the way back from an F.T.R. hare scramble in Okeechobee the bumper of this motorhome suddenly broke, almost completely off. I was able to stop in town and take care of the situation.
Behind the scenes at the 2016 Daytona 200.
Just a few days to go before the 2017 Daytona 200 🙂 In this post I will present ‘behind the scenes’ images from the 2016 Daytona 200.
Now I see the problem…. 🙂
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Only a few days until Bikeweek 2017! I have compiled a list of the major flat track and road race events scheduled this year. There is a race somewhere sometime every day March 10 through March 19. It’s called ‘bike week’, but it is 10 days of 2-wheel competition. Click Here to See More Photos and Read the Whole Article
In January I visited the 2017 Dania Beach Vintage Motorcycle Show.
What was the first bike I saw as I walked into the Dania Beach Vintage Motorcycle Show? This 1977 Yamaha 750cc triple cylinder, shaft drive. Gosh, this was the identical bike as Click Here to See More Photos and Read the Whole Article
It is not an absolute requirement that the motorcyle is in a race for me to photograph it.
Some changes are good.