The featured model this year included examples from every year.
Some stock. Some not.
The mighty CBX.
It was interesting to see the changes over the years. They must have had some issues with the alternator because year two on was completely different. The only thing missing was the big hondaline fairing, which for some reason I find attractive.
Talking paint. One of the many Q&A sessions.
The National Motorcycle Museum brought out this period, unrestored bobber.
Black and gold. Good motorcycle colors.
This original and unrestored CL350 had a hand full of "best of" credentials.
I know an RD took home a prize, I'm guessing it was this one!
Another fast and furious CB550. Well done sir!
Out of all the bikes, this was one of my favorite, probably because it took me totally by surprise.
The Sears catalogs have been lacking in recent decades.
Some old race bikes to inspire your next "Street tracker" project.
A beautiful Hustler (this comment will ensure this post Googles well)
Is it just an old bike or an unrestored classic?
I spent so much time looking at the bikes in Kawasaki Conner that I forgot to take a decent picture.
Some top notch Triumphs
Kawasaki brought in a 550 and 750 version of the Zephyr in the early 90s, cool bikes if you can find them.
An example of the signage present for most bikes in the show.
Light weight carbon fiber rims made of the finest Canadian maple!
A swap meet AJS with some bits missing.
An early sportster, one of my favorites from The Motor Company
I don't know how this snuck into the parking lot, but it did. Ooo the sounds.
The Guzzi 1000SP Spada, so much to like.