When I posted about Two-Wheeler Dealer last week, Jim, the owner shot me an email inviting me to come take photos of some of his bikes. I knew exactly which bike to photograph.
Check out nine more photos below.
This bike was hand made in Wilmington, North Carolina many years ago. And while this is only a teaser, you can expect a bigger post tomorrow.
After I shot photos of the mystery bike, this Kestrel walked in the front door.
Sitting in the work-stand, in all its glory, it was easy to appreciate the wicked paint job and the hand-crafted nature of this Brent Trimble-made Kestrel.
One of the employees at Two-Wheeler showed me his cracked Super Corsa. I told him to send it over to the folks at Bilenky for a repair and repaint!
From there, I headed to the Oakdale Cemetery to look for a mysterious grave marker.
I knew what I was looking for, but had no idea where to find it so I spent an hour searching through Oakdale in the late winter sun.
With the light fading, I knew I had to hurry. I didn’t have time to come back tomorrow.
Since the office had closed, I had to pick each lot and examine the headstones, looking for a familiar symbol.
I finally found it. What is the significance of this grave marker? Come back tomorrow to find out!