|Royal Enfield motorcycles were there to be seen, even if they weren't antiques.|
The 2013 Dania Beach Vintage Motorcycle Show filled Frost Park in Dania Beach, Fla. with gorgeous (and gorgeously ratty) motorcycles and the people who appreciate them.
Of course I had my eye open for Royal Enfield motorcycles. I most admired the charming patina on a 1995 displayed alone on the grass, a "for sale" sign fluttering from its flanks.
|Show goer photographs Royal Enfields at dealer's booth.|
"Like they were in the '60s..." one onlooker was telling a companion. "Made in India..." another noted with interest. Price tags were pointed out: most seemed to find $6,995 a pleasantly low price for such an interesting motorcycle.
|C5 cafe racer had clever tail light.|
I'll let the rest of the pictures do the rest of the talking.
|More cafe bars, these on a cute 1965 Honda Dream 305.|
|Check the tiny pillion seat and fishtail exhausts on the Dream,|
shown by Adam Raizin of Lake Worth.
|Swap meet offered everything from parts to complete motorcycles.|
|A young woman adds pin stripes to a Norton. Deep concentration.|
|Also concentrating deeply was the crowd she attracted.|
|Enthusiast of every variety of motorcycle showed up in strength.|
|I personally tended to rally round this flag.|
|Something everyone agrees on: Good Humor. Vintage truck dispensed the real thing.|