The lineup of things to see and do at this year’s Vintage Days keeps getting better. Bikes we’ve written about on The Kneeslider will be there, but the weekend will be filled with a growing list of people and motorcycles for almost everyone’s interest.
There will be a presentation of “Birth of the First Superbike” detailing the development of the Honda CB750.
Vic World will be there to give you a rundown on “Restoring Honda’s Sandcast CB750,” Vic’s business, World Motorcycles, is all about doing sandcast restorations and if you want to know about what to do and look for, you’ll want to check it out. The Sandcast Only Owner’s Club (SOOC) will also be in attendance.
Cristine Sommer-Simmons will be there to talk about her new book, “The American Motorcycle Girls.” If you’re interested in the early women involved in American motorcycling, this should be a don’t miss.
Craig Vetter will be there to give a talk on “The Future of Streamlining and Motorcycle Design.” He’ll also have a Gathering of Streamliners at Mid Ohio, which should be very cool to see, a Peraves Ecomobile is supposed be there. If you’re interested in super high mileage motorcycles, this is your spot.
The International CBX Owners Association will have a display with great examples of the straight 6 from Honda.
It’s just 2 weeks away, have you made plans yet?