After posting some photos yesterday of the motorcycles assembled at Mid Ohio for Vintage Days, several commenters posted links to other sites with many more photos, so I’ll leave those links and just post a few more photos here, in response to questions and a random selection of several more.
The important point here is that there is no way to see all of the bikes that were there from website photos, there are simply far too many and you miss all of the details. You could spend hours just in the paddock looking at old Indians, Manx Nortons or whatever else you might be interested in. Going there yourself is well worth your time.
This is the Zundapp one commenter was asking about, along with the photo above.
This is Don Castro’s flat tracker. It’s restored to the way it was for the 1972 San Jose half mile with the fiberglass bodywork the AMA banned for “slipstreaming.” Personally, I think the seat is pretty interesting. Wow!
A closer view of Don Castro’s flat tracker.
A 1976 BMW cafe racer
1938 Triumph T90
1940 Triumph Tiger
1957 JB Hercules K100
Ducati 250 Scrambler