• Jun 13, 2010

Motorcycles at the 2010 Greenwich Concours - Click above for high-res image gallery

One thing the organizers of the Greenwich Concours do well is ensure that motorcycle aficionados don't feel left out. This year was no different, as Sunday featured row of bikes diverse in both chronology and purpose. No matter your interest, if two wheels were your thing, you were covered by a range of offerings that included everything from rarities like the Honda NR750 to a 1917 Harley-Davidson that pretty much embodied the definition of "patina."

It was obvious that the majority of these bikes weren't babied garage queens. Most appeared to see regular action, and their owners were eager to share them with the crowd. "C'mon, take a closer look!" was a common phrase uttered to anyone pausing to show interest in a particular bike. It's that kind of camaraderie that makes Greenwich feel as accessible as any local enthusiasts' gathering, even though it's a serious Big Deal concours with million-dollar vehicles littering the grounds. Hit the gallery below for a look at the motorcycles and scooters that were on hand this year.



Photos by Alex Núñez / Copyright ©2010 Weblogs, Inc.


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      • 4 Years Ago
      Love the Desmo single. I bet Ducati could do a pretty good single cylinder street bike today. I definitely need to get to a vintage bike show if there is eye candy like this to be seen.
      • 4 Years Ago
      great shots of some super cool bikes.

      Loved those BSA's all cafe racer..... HOT!