Motorrad Reisen Klassik Ducati Bimota Superbike Erlebnis Urlaub
Retromotor 2012 in Tübingen, page 1 of 4.
Of course at any good event, it always takes time to actually enter because there are so many great bikes outside to look at first, like these 2 Honda RC30s and a RC45.
And a really rare bike, a Magni BMW MB2, which we already know will not be the only Magni to be seen today.
Doesn't look so special, but these Spanish Sanglas are also very rare. The company was bought by Yamaha so they could produce in Spain and the original products of Sanglas were very quickly phased out.
A Ducati 750 F1 is always a highlight, this one with some tasteful enhancements. And standing next to it,
An overview of just one part of the inner field where the compeitors bikes and cars are pitted. During runs the inner field is cut off as the circuit goes completely around.
As I arrived already an early Race bike class in on the circuit, including this nice Ducati 750 F1 with 'Lucky' race number: 618 on the tail.
The first bike to see in the paddock is this 1966 Honda RC181 500 with 'Mike Hailwood' stickers on the side, whether Mike really rode this bike?
And one of the first cars to be seen today, a 1935 Lagonda Rapier, in what you would call 'patinated' condition.