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How was Barber? 09 Oct 2018 18:06 #1

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I don't think anyone has asked about it or made a comment. Thought I would ask:?

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How was Barber? 10 Oct 2018 09:50 #2

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I'm cheap so I cut my own hair.:whistle:

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How was Barber? 10 Oct 2018 16:34 #3

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I was hoping you'd get some feedback. I was curious myself. A friend of mine from Georgia bought an IT175 at the event, rolled it thru the safety inspection, and took second place in his division of the cross country race. Lol. What a hoot.

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How was Barber? 10 Oct 2018 17:27 #4

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B.C. wrote: I'm cheap so I cut my own hair.:whistle:


ahhhhh, :ROFLOL :Ugh

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How was Barber? 11 Oct 2018 04:30 #5

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Barber Vintage Days event was great. My fourth year in Leeds, Alabama coming from Cincinnati, Ohio. My son and I go only for the swap meet and usually leave with the truck full. I suppose the Barber museum is a great place to go as well but we're not into that or the motorcycle racing. Just being in that atmosphere and seeing the entire place fill up with people riding their vintage and modern motorcycles is incredible. I was trying to find an exhaust for a 1975 DT250B but was unsuccessful, did see a lot of Yamaha enduro bikes.
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So grateful for all those who created these awesome enduro motorcycles.

How was Barber? 20 Oct 2018 19:27 #6

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Barber was a blast this year, I met with a few guys from the various FB groups and this forum. Phil Bowers, Frank Templeton, Boo Meridith and Papawheelie.
I'm sure I'm leaving some out. Lot's of great activities, a bit hot outside! Enjoyed the Museum and racing, various bike shows.

Here are a few Enduro pics I took....

I added the Yamaha Ad with Phil winning a race in October 1968. This is the 50th anniversary of him riding Yamaha DT1's.
As a counterpoint, here is a pic of him checking out the DT1 on display at the Barber Museum in October of 2018.


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The Ox is slow, but the Earth is patient.....
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How was Barber? 20 Oct 2018 19:34 #7

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More pics from Barber


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How was Barber? 20 Oct 2018 19:36 #8

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And a few more


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How was Barber? 21 Oct 2018 08:48 #9

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Very very cool pics, Phil Bowers poster anniversary win :likey.
If you have other bike photos, fell free to post.
Papawheelie, he had ongoing segment in Cycle News, our access to info in the motorcycle world.
I wonder if 50 years from now if we will look back on how cool forums were, well maybe not me.

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How was Barber? 22 Oct 2018 17:29 #10

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The largest AHRMA road race event of the year. + dirt bike racing......

a little more than a swap meet :)

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