Classic Motorcycles and Bicycles soon to roll outNews | March 18, 2011 | Comment now
More than 150 Classic Bicycles and Motorcycles are going to be showcased at the Sunday’s 35th annual Idaho Vintage Motorcycle Rally Show. The Rally is going to start on Saturday afternoon and is going to end at Sunday 4pm near the O’Connor Field in the Caldwell.
The Classic Motorcycles and Vintage Bicycles in between 150 and 200 are going to be display at the O’Connor Field House On Sunday afternoon. In addition to these, the riders from the Northwest will take an exotic look of 32 miles directly from Caldwell on Saturday, by traveling through the Lake Lowell and Snake River and back to the place. In the evening they have planned Saturday celebrations at Jade Garden restaurant.
The board directors of the Idaho Vintage Motorcycle Club, Molly Staafford further stated that, “It’s been a pleasure to introduce such Classic Motorcycles and Vintage Motorcycles covering alphabets from Ariel’s to Zundapps. The Ariel’s introduced by the British manufacturers in Birmingham, Bourbrook, England, further got sold to BSA in the year 1940 and hence the name was discontinued in the year 1970, in addition to this were the German made bikes called Zundapps.