Regular contributor Doug Nassif sends in this beauty:
First Place, sport division, FRMCND show, Bismarck, March 20..
Thanks for everything, and for your choice site! The Best!
Excellent! And Congratulations!
Simmrit Rajani Writes in:
I do. These bike are growing on me more and more. The idea of a classic bike with the sort of support network that Royal Enfield provides is very appealing. It doesn’t hurt that there really nice to look at either.
What a stunner!
Carlos Fragoso writes in about this beautiful restoration:
I was browsing around and saw yr blog. As I understand the purpose of it I decided to send you some pics of my own. It’s a Royal Enfield G 350 from 1948 that I fully restored. As original as they were back in the 40’s. Hope you like it.
I’m going to run a few “Honorable Mention bikes as I go along. The first three are posted and I have 2 selections to go. I’m squirming mightily… so sue me! lol….
This is a bike I’ve drooled over since I was a pup. There’s about four or five fantastic British bikes I could put here. Bikes that are much more popular and more renowned. The BSA Goldstar, The Triumph T100C and the Norton Commando 750S are all contenders for a spot. But to be honest I find this bike to be much more striking than just about every other British bike on the planet. That chrome thank with the old school lettering, and the general stance and line of the bike just hits the perfect notes for me. I have a local friend who is the “go-to” british bike mechanic and he raves about this bike in looks AND engineering. He doesn’t understand how they were overlooked for so many decades by British bike fans. Neither can I.