Recently Jeff and Silas changed around the vintage bike displays at the store. The process usually takes most of the day. Jeff and Silas move out the current bikes in the displays, clean the displays, then rotate other bikes from the collection into the displays. What do I do during all this work? Take photos of course! Here are photos from the day:
Jeff outlines the bike moving plan.
Silas knows it’s a lot of work ahead.
The boys get to work.
Gotta move all the bikes out.
Moving bikes is hard work.
All the current display bikes are moved out.
The boys take a break on the couches.
Break is over. Or is it?
They couldn’t resist getting in a ride!
Empty displays are clean and ready for another round of bikes.
Empty display in the lower room.
Empty display in the middle room.
Another empty display in the middle room.
Another empty display in the lower room.
This really is hard work!
Two Triumph “Bathtub” bikes.
Moving bikes into the main room.
The boys contemplate how to set up the big display in the middle room.
That Shovel looks great in the main room.
Moving yet another bike into the main room.
Looks great guys.
There’s my sweetie, Jeff with his BSA.
They set up the big middle room display really nice.
Love the military bikes.
Retro Kawasaki 650 in the lower room.
Royal Enfield Indian in the lower room.
Large display in the lower room looks great. It’s nice to see such a rare collection in one space.
Jeff expresses how tired they are while Silas looks on. Great job guys!
Jeff and I have been collecting vintage bikes for over twenty years. We currently have around 75 bikes in our vintage collection and display around twenty in the store at any one time. We rotate our collection several times throughout the year.
So if you haven’t been by the store for awhile, come and check out the new displays.