Sunday, June 6, 2010

the Tumbleweeds antique bike show
This year the show was at the Star dinner on the side of r79 off of r140 in Berkley,MA.Good show,lot of cool bikes.Rain held off so it went on with out any problem,for those who gambled on the weather.
Brucie's (Cape Cod Choppers) side hack and his son's Shovel

Pretzels Pan
 Boop's Pan
 Perewitz parked next to me at the show,made my bike look so much worse. 
 Dennis's iron head next to Dave Perewitz's two beauties
Perewitz and daughter heading out
Had to get it.
 Paul picked this junk box up at the show for $300,not sure why...
  Turns out it is an 56 Royal Enfield made Indian...look it up,they didn't last long.
Cool Lucas mag
Enfield Indians
From 1955 to 1959, Royal Enfields were painted red, and marketed in the USA as Indian Motorcycles by the Brockhouse Corporation, who had control of the Indian Sales Corporation (and therefore Indian Motorcycles) and had stopped manufacturing all American Indians in the Springfield factory in 1953. But Americans were not impressed by the badge engineering and the marketing agreement ended in 1960, and from 1961, Royal Enfields were available in the US under their own name. The largest Enfield "Indian" was a 700 cc twin named the Chief, like its American predecessors.
 See you next year.


  1. thanks for the pics of my ironhead, i ended up finding my plate on 24 on the way home too..

  2. Nice,I never thought you'd find that,hahaha. We'll have to get all the boys together for a party one of these day's.We're headin for Laconia tomorrow early so if you make it up give us a call.


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