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Bultaco Alpina 350. 1974, Menai NSW Australia. The old quarry and surrounding bush was a mecca for dirt bikers in the mid-70s. Now part of a super dump for Sydney’s garbage.
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AMA vintage motorcycle days
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Norm Grabowski’s epic “PP & Vinegar” — an air-cooled, flat-six Corvair-powered motorcycle – via Selvedge Yard
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Bandiana, Vic. 7 August 1994. Phyllis Malligan, formerly TF150002 Phyllis Hay AWAS, poses for the camera at the Bandiana Museum, sitting astride a motorcycle and dressed in uniform. Taken during the 50th year reunion, it was the first opportunity for many women who served together during the Second World War to meet again. (Donor P. Malligan) – via Australian War Memorial
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Woman on an Indian
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Tony and Toni Sota from 1965 Panhead California Roadtrip – via Nostalgia on Wheels
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Marianne Faithful in the 1968 British-French film, The Girl on a Motorcycle
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Mrs D.L Birks, and her son, Elmer Carroll Birks, on an Indian Motorcycle. I’m assuming this photo was taken in Marshalltown, Iowa? Mrs. Elizabeth Springer in the background. – via abaraphobia/Flickr
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Jean-Philippe Charbonnier - The little girl with the bike, 1954 
via Vintage Pics
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Marble Arch was a budget label owned by Pye. The parent company’s involvement in covers LPs dates back to 1964, when they acted as distributor for Bill Wellings’ Top Twelve albums; in 1965 they released one of their own on Marble Arch, “Number 1’s of 1965”. This was not followed up for two years, when “Big Hits of 1967” appeared, as a prequel to the lauch of their main series, Chartbusters, in 1968.
"Instant Chartbusters," Apr 1970
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Great-grandparents, Jessie and Abe. My mother’s grandparents.
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Simson Suhl SR2E moped
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Lauren Silvers’ mom in the 1970s – via Mom Style Icons
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The Beauty and the Beast. 1956 – via Flickr/Senexixion