Was a moto mech back in the day so for me seeing bikes of the late 60s & 70s walks me down memory lane.Yes, I plan to be there. I’ve gone every year for the past 5 years. Of course, it’s fun to watch the bidding, but even more strolling the aisles and seeing variety of bikes you never see outside a museum. Buy a bidder pass, but be careful!
How about a 2001 f4 with only 16 miles never registered.
I believe the Oros were pre-sold, meaning anyone (including a dealer) who wanted to order one (paid) in advance of production was given that privilege until the 300 units were sold. The buyer's name was engraved on the steering crown plaque if desired. Dealers who bought one just to stock would not have their name engraved.You’d think Something like this would’ve gone to dealers serving bigger population areas.