September 9, 2018
September Vintage Bike OC Meet
Honda CB750 Side Badge

Huntington Beach, Calif. - It was another beautiful warm afternoon in HB today. It must have been Honda Month, Perry Edwards pulled out all the stops and brought several of his friends along with all their pristine CBs. Along all the Hondas we had 91 great bikes to look at today.

BAM: Breakdown and Legal Assistance for Motorcyclists
Kitty Brooks, So Cal Marketing Rep for Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys spent her Sunday afternoon with us promoting their BAM program. Learn more about it at:

Bike of the Month
As I mentioned above, Perry Edwards brought a crowd with him today including his own 1974 Honda CB750 Bike of the Month in April 2008, Ted Hannegan with his 1973 Honda CB750 four Bike of the Month March 2018 and today's winner Mike Guterrez with his 1969 Honda CB750 Sandcast. Honda Retiree Perry is well known around these parts for his restorations (PDI Restorations) and he has three wins with us to prove it.

Mike Guterrez and Tony Palumbo with their 1969 Honda CB750 Sandcast
Congratulations to Mike Guterrez of Huntington Beach and his Father-in-law Tony Palumbo for winning Bike of the Month with their 1969 Honda CB750 Sandcast. Mike won the Bike of the Month trophy provided by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys.

One of the most revolutionary bikes in motorcycle history, the 1969 Honda CB750 Took the world by storm and changed the way we looked at bikes. Tony Palumbo knew this when he put down a deposit to get to the top of the list at Bill Krause Honda/Triumph dealership in Hawthorne, California. He believes that he got one of the first 100 bikes sold in the US, and the serial number of 000778 proves it's an early one.

Tony gave the CB750 to Mike back in 2016 and Mike started the restoration process so that his wife could ride on it like she had as a child.

Read all about the 1969 Honda CB750 Sandcast on our Bike of the Month page.

Second Place
Bruce Ranyard with his 1967 Suzuki Hustler T250 Super Six
Bruce Ranyard of Gardena came in Second with his 1967 Suzuki Hustler T250 Super Six. The "Super Six" was the World's first production motorcycle with a six speed transmission. Bruce has only owned the bike for a few months which he claims "He bought for his wife".

Bruce won a EuroPapi t-shirt provided by Roland Ortiz of EuroPapi Motorcycle Streetwear,

Third Place
Bruce Fickling with his 1974 Rickman Metisse
Bruce Fickling of San Clemente took Third place with his 1974 Rickman Metisse. This Rickman is 100% original except for the new plastic. It has a 750 Triumph motor. Bruce has owned it for six months.

Thanks to everyone for showing up and making this another great event and a special thanks to the volunteer team, Tom Hopkins. I'll see you next month on October 14, 2018.

Keep On Ridin',
Joe Kagerer

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