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Alaska to South America: Two Moto Kiwis (page 25)

450 Scrambler.
'61 Triumph.
So shiny ... me waving at me.

He is setting up for common size tyres with a tyre machine too, so make it known a local petrolhead motorcyclist in Nakusp is creating better facilities for riders, well done Ken and all the best for the venture.

Ken and I rode over to Kaslo to the Vintage motorcycle display, fantastic road that I would love to have had my ex KTM 990 SMR on — superb!

On arriving in Kaslo it was stinking hot and perfect weather and the main street full of old lusties from yesteryear. I was like a kid in a candy shop, I had not seen so many Indians gathered in one spot, there were Harleys, Triumphs, Nortons, BMW’s etc.

So below is a collection of photos, can’t name each year and model though, for any non petrolhead types this bit won't interest you, for the petrolhead types go grab some tissues and enjoy.

Vincent, check it out Cag!!!

An east/west Indian with shaft drive, quite possibly one of the most beautiful bikes I have seen IMO, never seen one before.

A Harley Knuckle.
Indian with sidecar.
And Indian showered with Indian stuff.
Check out the grenade!
Pull start!
Highway pegs.
3D Murals
Another Indian.
BMW R90 with sidecar.
More Indians.
Bobber Indian with white walls, very nicely done.
Author of this article: Twomotokiwis