Results of the RetroRiders Vintage Motorcycle Show and Raffle

1 Oct

Dan Denchel of Prosser won the 1979 Honda CB750K Raffle

David Milne won Best Amaerican and Best of Show with his 1947 Indian Chief

David also won best British bike with a 1938 Norton ES2

Jerry Martin’s 1960 BMW R60 won best European Bike

Brent Walden’s Yamaha XS650 won best Japanese bike (post 1976)

Thomas Wood’s BSA 441 won best Modified Bike

Brian Ivey’s AJS Stormer won best Competition Bike

Brian Ivey’s SL70 won best Japanese Bike (pre 1976)

WE sold out on the raffle tickets and took in $589 in donations at the show. The show was a success despite the weather. Thanks to all who helped to make this happen, especially J & L Hydraulics who provide the venue.

Results of the RetroRider Vintage Bike Show

28 Sep

The Raffle bike was won by Dan Denchel of Prosser

We sold out of the remaining raffle tickets before 11 AM meaning that we raised $5000 less part of the cost of the new exhaust system.
The show took in $589 in Donations
The Best American Bike and Best of Show was David Milne’s 1947 Indian Chief
The best British bike was David Milne’s 1938 Norton ES2
The best Japanese (Pre 1976) was Brian Ivey’s Honda SL70
The best Japanese (1976 and later) Was Brent Walden’s 1978 Yamaha XS650
The best European was Jerry Martin’s 1960 BMW R60
The best Open/Modified was Thomas Wood’s 1969 BSA 441
The best Competition Bike was Brian Ivey’s 1973 AJS Stormer 250
I will post pictures when they are available.
We had a pretty good turn out despite the threatening weather forecast. We¬† had a brief shower that didn’t amount to much. It was cold, but it was a good day.

RetroRiders Annual Vintage MotorCycle Show

18 Sep

Saturday, Sept 28th at J & L Hydraulics, 1120 West Lewis St in Pasco, WA. Registration 8 am – 10 am. Show from 10 am to 3 pm. Awards at 3 pm. Peoples Choice Awards for Best American Bike, British bike, European bike, Japanese bike, Competition Bike and open class bike. Entry of the bike in the show is by donation to Heads-Up Tricities (a 501.C.3) to benefit the Children’s Summer Day Program at the Lourdes Counselling Center. The show is open to any make or model of bike or scooter that is at least 25 years old. There is no charge to spectators. If you have an old bike gathering dust in the garage, barn or shed, wash the dust off and bring it to the show. We will also draw the winning ticket for our raffle bike, a 1979 Honda CB750K, at 3 pm. A very limited number of tickets should be available on the day of the show.

The European Class

3 Harleys in the American row

Some of the Pre 1976 Japanese entries

Norton Hirider in the row of British Bikes

This years raffle bike, 1979 Honda CB750K

Wheelin’ Walla Walla

8 Sep

We were at the Wheelin’ Walla Walla Show and Shine yesterday. With the help of Travis and Swan Eaton, Rick Lentz, Tammye, Tom Woods and Rick Laws we sold $550 in ticket. In fact we sold every ticket we had. The only unsold tickets are the ones that the members are holding. No trophies this time. The only trophies that went to bikes were a couple of HD Road Kings. Well, what do car show judges know about motorcycles?

Classic Moto Works Open in Kennewick

31 Aug

Alan Green, his wife Barbara and son Jason have opened a shop at 504 East 1st St in Kennewick. They specialize in repair, restoration or customizing of vintage Japanese motorcycles. phone 509 552-7203 or http://www.classicmotoworks.com

two of their bikes are featured in our for sale tab

Show and Shine for Hunger

26 Aug

We were selling raffle tickets Sunday at the Show & Shine for Hunger in Columbia Park

Kris McKinney’s Iraqi Scout side car rig won the best of show motorcycle trophy.

Kris was a bit embarrassed that his East German built MZ two stroke took the trophy over a several shiny check-book Harleys.

RetroRiders at Wings and Wheels today

17 Aug

We had a booth at the Wings and Wheels Air /Car/Bike show today. Nice air show, many interesting vehicles and we sold 80 raffle tickets. Thanks to the guys who showed up to help.