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World class golf courses, hotel, condos, Imax theater, Golf Hall of Fame, and about 300+ show quality antique and classic motorcycles make for a wonderful day.



World Golf Village is a resort development just north of St. Augustine, FL. This is the twelfth year of the Riding into History event. Proceeds of the event go to the Wounded Warrior Project.



The central lake with an encircling sidewalk was the display area for the motorcycles.







Here’s a small sampling of what was on display:



Abingdon King Dick (nice name,eh!)





Allstate





Antique bicycles





BMWs





















 

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BMW continued:





Ariel 4 Square





BSAs













Bultaco





Ducati





Harley Davidsons









 

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Henderson





Hodaka





Hondas









A bike like this 350 4 cylinder was my fisrt “new” motorcycle purchase… I should have kept it.













A Honda Cub, in red, was my ride in college:





Indians





 

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Indian





Kawasaki





My first bike ever was a Maico dirt bike. It didn’t look anything like this Maico:





Marsh





Moto Guzzi





Moto Morini





Nimbus





Nortons









 

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NSU





Ossa





Penton





Pierce Arrow





Royal Enfield





Tricati





Triumphs













 

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Anyone know what this one is?





Ural





Velocette





Vincent





Wassells





Whizzer





Yamaha





Yankee

 

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After looking at these beauties until my head nearly exploded, it was a short ride to Flagler Beach for lunch at Snack Jacks on the beach.











Shrimp Tacos





Then a short walk on the beach…





…before we watched these guys sail off into the sunset:





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Anyone know what this one is?





Ural





Velocette





Vincent





Wassells





Whizzer





Yamaha





Yankee



The first one in this group looks like a Ner-a-car to me, though I may be wrong. I'm interested in antique motorcycles but no expert.



My favorites are the Indians.



Thanks for posting.
 

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Thanks for posting.

Beautiful pictures.



Each one is a marvel of engineering and beautiful in it's own way but the TW200 still rules!!
 

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The first one in this group looks like a Ner-a-car to me,...
Thanks. That is correct. I received verification from another source.



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Although, I am now a T Dubber for life. I am happy to see that a Husqvarna is in there too. What a great bike that was...massive tractor power with no breaks.
 
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