Monthly Archives: September 2018

A Great Time Had for a Great Cause

Saturday had nothing to do with vintage motorcycle racing. As a matter of fact, the two motorcycles involved were both from this millennium. The American Legion Legacy fund raising event was held at the Snellville Post 232. My race partner … Continue reading

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Second Day of AHRMA Racing for 440

After the successful completion of the first of two races necessary to qualify for racing at the Barber Vintage Festival the day before was quite encouraging. A number of practice laps were also required, so I made it a point … Continue reading

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Months in the Making and Came to Fruition on the Track

This year included many out of state trips for work. On one of the runs I picked up an owner modified KZ400 that had a KZ440 motor dropped into to it’s engine cradle. From what I was told, this was … Continue reading

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