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post #11 of 46 (permalink) Old 03-19-2012, 09:45 AM
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Barber Motorsports is incredible. I havehad 12 different road bikes in the last45 years. I saw every one of them in running condition at Barber. What a nostalgia trip!!
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post #12 of 46 (permalink) Old 03-19-2012, 11:44 AM
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If you like to see the vintage bikes run, this is a must....
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Barber Motorsports is incredible. I havehad 12 different road bikes in the last45 years. I saw every one of them in running condition at Barber. What a nostalgia trip!!
The best part is, their display rotates. There's more bikes in the basement and others being restored. The collection changes from time to time.....

I was there in 2009 and was astounded.

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Last time I was at Barber it was still downtown (2000). I was floored. My new project has a contract manufacturer in Huntsville! Guess where I will be going soon?

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PM me when you head this way, if I'm not at work we can do lunch.

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I live 30 minutes away, have been a couple of times and always stay longer than planned. If you want to ride the scenic roads in the area just pm me.
Thanks. I will as Barber is on my to do list here in the next couple years.So far I've been to WTT,National Motorcycle museum and the one in Ohio. Billy biker barn is a comfortable 2-3 day weekend jaunt.
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post #17 of 46 (permalink) Old 05-30-2012, 07:04 AM
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Here's one that opened in Newburgh, NY last year. Really nice and well set up. You definitely need at least half a day there. It's a pretty quick find, right off I-84.

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Route 66 Vintage Iron Museum (Miami, Oklahoma)

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I have been to #1. It was a lot of fun. Took lots of pics that I will post some day soon.
I hope it's a lot of fun! I'll be heading there the first weekend in June with some of my brothers.
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Here's the Lone Star Museum in Vanderpool, TX. Sorry about the out of focus 2nd picture. My flash didn't go off.






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