Members can send a jpg of their bike to Jim
or bring a photo to the meeting for inclusion on this page.

Club member Phil Schreck has donated a 1987 Yamaha SRX 250 to the Barber Museum in Bermingham, Alabama.
We understand that this is his fourth donation to the Museum! Way to go Phil!



Here's a pic of my '81 Yamaha SR500 taken on top of Rich Mountain outside of Mena on the way to the '06 NTNOA rally.           Kevin Wilfong



Here's a pic of my '70 CT90 earning its keep at the '07 NTNOA rally. Kevin Wilfong.



Here is a pic of Victor Franco's new bike, a conversion BMW.

He just got it in Oct and has repainted it all and of course got it running great.

It is an old bike with a newer motor in it



David Carlson's 1974 Yamaha DT 360 has found a new home in Memphis, TN 



Charlie Phillips restored this '65 Honda 450.



Here's another one of Charlie's - a '68 BMW.


Bill Fergus has this 1948 Indian Chief

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Another one of Bill's - a 1966 Norton Atlas

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Here's Bob Harmon's 1978 Honda GL1000 Goldwing

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Mac Chandler has this 1942 military Harley 45

Mac says "This is the War machine extraordinaire - maybe as many as a million of these were produced - we gave thousands to the Germans after the war and as far as I know , we gave a bunch to anyone who asked for them at one time or another on a ' Lend Lease' program - which means - they got them for FREE! This one came from Australia."

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Here's Mac's 1961 Harley "Hummer" (Super 10)

This is a 61 Harley super 10 - everyone calls the whole series the Hummer or Lightweights . Actually - they were all lightweights until 1955 when a new model was offered without a front brake etc and was called the "Hummer" . They were NOT named hummer because of the sound it made, but because a feller named Dean Hummer sold the largest number of the lightweights in 1948 when the first lightweights were offered.

This bike was also made from the DKW molds that we got from the Germans after the war. The first Yamaha was also made from the identical molds of the DKW's because the Germans and the Japanese were the "Axis " power in the war and the Germans gave them what they needed to produce this little bike.

So - If you tell your riding buds that there are British (Bantams), Japanese (Yamaha YA1), Russian (three different manufacturers in Russia) and German (DKW) bikes that have parts that will bolt right on or in a Harley - they will be surprised and you will be correct.

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Here's Mac's 1975 Harley FLH                                                                               Here's Mac's 1969 Rokon

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And Mac's 1948 Harley "Hummer Serise" 125cc

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Here's Mac's current project.

I am about to complete the building of a Harley-Davidson® 45 that has the battery in the seat post, belt drive front and rear, hydraulic clutch and hydraulic disc brakes, foot shift with a ratchet top & reverse that works like the old 4 speed ratchet (mounted on the box in the same fashion), brass-nickel-copper flames made from material that I folded like Damascus steel - note the panhead toolbox (with snap holes) under the seat. There will be no color on this bike just a matt finish clear coat to appear as no coating at all.

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Here is Phillip Schreck's 1940 WM20 BSA.

"It was a war bike. When I got it, everything was GREEN or PRIMER!!!! I didn't like Camo, so I sporterized it. I built it for my own pleasure. It's not totally correct."

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Here's Phillip's Norton

"The Norton, That took about 10 years to think about and build. It is my idea of a Cafe Racer from the 60s. It has a 1951 Model 18 motor, A 1963 Atlas Featherbed frame and forks, 1969 Commando brakes, primary, and transmission. I don't know how fast it will go. I limit it to 75. I figure that is fast enough for it and ME! 

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Denny Luke's Bikes

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1971 Triumph Bonneville "rare 5-speed"                                                      1968 Triumph TR6C Desert Sled


1980 BMW R100RS                                                                                               1979 Triumph Bonneville


1972 BSA Thunderbolt                                                                                       1986 Yamaha SRX


1977 Yamaha RD400                                                                                          1974 Yamaha Trailer


1980 Honda Trail 110


Denny bought this bike from Baxter Triumph. "This is a ’75 Triumph Trident T160, the only electric start and very last triple."