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Barber Vintage Festival 2019

Highlights and show winners from our show at the 15th Annual Barber Vintage Festival, featuring Honda Fours.

| January/February 2020

Best Honda Four went to Jim Culora and his 1979 Honda CB750F Super Sport, peppered with a slew of "tasty" '80s mods".

The Barber Vintage Festival seems to get bigger and better every year. This year's event, which ran Oct. 4-6, was maybe the hottest temps we've ever faced, but we're told ticket sales were up some 15 percent over the prior year. Event Grand Marshal John Penton was the guest of honor at Friday night’s Motorcycles by Moonlight museum fundraiser, but before that, he kindly swung by the Motorcycle Classics tent to sign autographs and chat with readers. Also joining us was John's son Jack Penton. Jack is an accomplished offroad racer, and also a member of the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame. Gentlemen, thanks for joining us!

Rick Schaeffer won our award for Best Japanese Rider with his 1977 Honda Gold Wing, which is original and well-loved, showing some 30,000 miles, yet it looks brand-new.

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Best European Rider went to David Miller and his 1970 Moto Guzzi Ambassador, which had just been resurrected and put back on the road after a 32-year rest

Best British Rider went to David Schaefer and his all original 1964 Triumph Tiger

Best British Restored went to Mark Sawicki and his 1920 Clyno Lightweight.

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I was at the 2019 Barber Vintage Fest. It was my first time and it was a truly memorable event. It was great to see the Motorcycle Classics crew as well as the group from Bonhams. I am looking forward to the 2020 edition.

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