Last week-end, Kate and I went to the Houston Classy Chassis Concours. The Classy Chassis is a benefit show that has grown over the years to benefit the Shriner's Hospital. The Shriners are a benevolent organization that support children hospitals and the benefits from the show support local programs. It's truly a show for cars but there were a few bikes.
My French grandfather was a motorcycle fanatic and like many genetic conditions it skipped a generation to me. I made the plunge into vintage motorcycling by coming across a magazine that rekindled a passion that I always had as a kid. I purchased and started refurbishing a 1951 Norton Model 7, which is the departure point of this blog. While motorcycling is my hobby, I have found that there is a convergence of many different motor cultures. This blog is dedicated to camaraderie, sharing knowledge, and having fun while exploring the world of classic motorsports. I also encourage others who want to contribute to drop me an email.