It was a tough decision; I woke up Saturday morning at Daytona International Speedway about 7 hours before the 76th Daytona 200 thinking about the antique / vintage races at New Smyrna Speedway 12 miles away. Should I actually miss the Daytona 200 to go see a ‘new’ race? I had no idea what it would be like. But I did know that I wanted to see 100 year old bikes actually being used.
Of course the tires and wheels were ‘new’. The frames were replicas. But the spirit was 100% board track; no brakes, no suspension, no gear box and no clutches to be found on the track. Click Here to See More Photos and Read the Whole Article