Broken Spoke Saloon Rolling Museum Of Vintage Motorcycles

jayallenJay Allen and the Broken Spoke Saloon’s Rolling Museum of vintage bikes and cars are on tour with the 2009 Easyriders V-Twin Shows. “I’m out here with mostly my Old Skool bikes. It’s what I call ‘the working man’s collection’, but the response has been great,” said Allen. “People want to have their pictures taken with them, and they are making plans to be in Sturgis this year.” In spite of all the economy “gloom and doom,” he said the shows are enjoying record attendance. “Personally, it’s invigorating to me to be around so many people that are just so enthusiastic about the incredible bikes that are being built these days.There’s a lot of positive energy, and I’m getting excited all over again about motorcycling.” John Green, the director of Easyriders Events confirmed that “attendance at shows is up 20 percent and the number of bikes at shows is up 25 percent.” He attributed the overall rise in attendance in-part to the growing popularity of “rat rods.” The cars that were hugely popular in the 50’s and 60’s are enjoying a comeback. Next 2009 Easyriders Motorcycle Shows: Louisville, Kentucky January 31, Knoxville, Tennessee February 7, Columbus, Ohio February 13 to 15, 2009 and also V-Twin Expo Cincinnati (reserved to Dealers) Cincinnati, Ohio February 7 – 9, 2009. The Broken Spoke’s “Rolling Museum” with vintage bikes will also be on display at all Broken Spoke locations during the 2009 rally season. Details at: Broken Spoke Saloon.

4 Responses to “Broken Spoke Saloon Rolling Museum Of Vintage Motorcycles”

  1. 1 Mike Kiwi Tomas, Kiwi Indian M/C Co Jan 27th, 2009 at 8:41 am

    Great job Jay, keep up the great work

  2. 2 rodent Jan 27th, 2009 at 9:22 am

    Jay’s got a great collection of bikes and cars. Mostly classics

  3. 3 Buzz Kanter Feb 1st, 2009 at 10:40 am

    I love the old bikes and am glad that people like Jay are willing to share his motorcycles with others. Is he including the Indian Chief he took to Bonneville for land speed record runs? Great bike.

  4. 4 bean're Feb 4th, 2009 at 7:42 am

    Jay has a great collection and I know that he not only collects them but he rides them too as is evident with the Bonniville record holding Indian. I am glad to see John Green and Jay Allen working together to keep the dream alive.

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