Ken Harrison, of Brigg Matters Magazine took many interesting pictures at Brigg Bike Night 2017, some of which he has kindly shared with us.
He encountered many renowned bikes made by British firms, some from the USA and others designed in Japan.
In the initial category was a 1960 BSA 250cc - thought to be a C15.
It was more like feeding the 1,000 than the 5,000 mentioned in the scriptures, and Ken observed caterers busy serving hungry spectators, including a team from the Deli Diner.
Ken also photographed his type of bike, an Ajay, or AJS
"I had a similar one during my misspent youth," he recalls.
"At that time one could ride a 250cc on a provisional from the age of 16.....a 1957 model. In those days, everything was very simple to maintain...no complicated electronic gadgetry...one just kick-started it, it either went, or didn't....if it didn't go it was likely to be damp in the coil, or one had run out of petrol."
Another machine of interest at Brigg Bike Night was based on a 1980 Honda 75....with modifications, but without all that fairing.
At the time, there was a range of moped-type bikes, the Honda 50, 75 and 90.
"It was also the time, circa 70's, when the law changed and mopeds no longer needed to have pedals," adds Ken.
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