Cast your vote for Motorcycle Classics’ Best of Show 2008

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Dale Keesecker nabbed top honors for his 1971 Egli-Vincent at MC's Bike Show East.
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Al Porter's 1962 BSA Gold Star took first place at MC's Bike Show West.

We’ve cast our votes in the runoffs, now it’s your turn to make the final decision in our 2008 Motorcycle Classics East Meets West bike shows. Al Porter won Best of Show for his 1962 BSA Gold Star at the Motorcycle Classics Bike Show West, held during the 3rd Annual Bonneville VintageGP at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah, Sept. 5-7, 2008. Presented by Motorcycle Classics, the Bonneville show was spectacular, with perfect weather, great AHRMA racing and scores of classic bikes showing their best profile under the Utah sun.

Next up was the Motorcycle Classics Bike Show East at the 4th Annual Barber Vintage Festival at the magnificent Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum outside of Birmingham, Ala. Vincent enthusiast Dale Keesecker walked away with Best of Show for his 1971 Egli-Vincent, a bike we featured in our May/June 2007 issue.

So where do you come in? Simple. We picked the Best of Show winners, now you get to pick the final winner from the two — either Al Porter’s 1962 BSA or Dale Keesecker’s 1971 Egli-Vincent. After the dust settles we’ll tally up the results and report them here and in the magazine, and feature the winner’s bike both on our website and in the pages of Motorcycle Classics.

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