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Tuesday, 29 June 2010

NCC Cambs Show.

Now the show season is upon us here in the UK, it's good to get out to the early ones to catch a look at the new bikes on the scene. These pictures were taken at the Cambridgeshire branch of the National Chopper Club's show. Not much in the way of Brit Iron, too many bloody Evo's nowadays. Johnny was saying that when he had his Pan on the road in the early days, spotting another custom H-D was so rare that the owner had to be found for a natter. My how things have moved on.


A different take on a Triton.


Reelin' in the years baby.


One of two Meriden Tridents being shown


Nice A65, without the ugly hardtailed stock frame for a change.

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