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Wauseon National Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet 2014

Pope at Wauseon

We didn’t know much about the annual show n’ swap in Wauseon, Ohio, but we’d heard enough good stuff about it to give it a shot. Turns out, it’s stellar. It’s big. And it was chock-full of motorcycle Americana and a sprinkling of other makes, models and memorabilia. Here, let us give you a photo tour…

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Romance and Vintage Motorcycles

vintage motorcycle harley couple

There’s definitely a romantic aspect to motorcycling; the escapism, adventure and the simple concept of propelling yourself through the wind. Throw in a vintage motorcycle and a significant other and the experience is heightened. Here are some couples who understand.

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Billie Standley’s Final Ride

Billy Standley on his Harley

Billie Standley was eccentric. His family said he was quirky, but loving. One thing is for certain. Billie was born to ride. Folks assumed he’d ride till the day he died. Well, Billie rode even longer, sitting astride his ’67 Harley Electra Glide straight into his grave.

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Wheels Through Time – Vintage Motorcycle Museum


You’ll shake your head in disbelief. You’ll wrack your brain as to how this kind of collection came to be. At Wheels Through Time, just accept it, you’re going to be overwhelmed by the level of incredibly cool vintage American motorcycles housed in this “museum that runs.” This photo-feature helps provide just a glimpse of what awaits you…

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Bessie Stringfield: Motorcyclist

The award bestowed by the American Motorcyclist Association for ‘Superior Achievement by a Female Motorcyclist’ is named in Bessie Stringfield’s honor. She was sixteen when she learned to ride and she never looked back, becoming the first African-American woman to ride across the United States on her own. Later, she’d complete the cross-country journey several more times.

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