National Motorcycle and Tattoo Show, after 33 years, is no more.

INSINARATOR at the 31st National Motorcycle Show in 2012. Photo credit Vincent Banial

INSINARATOR at the 31st National Motorcycle Show in 2012. Photo credit Vincent Banial


Bob & Carolyn Neveu ran the National Motorcycle Show (a few years back it became the National Motorcycle and Tattoo Show) for 33 years. They have decided to retire and spend more time riding on the open road.

Generations of Motorcyclists had enjoyed the National Motorcycle Show over it’s 33 year life span. The show became a tradition for generations of riders, thanks to Bob and Carolyn’s hard work and efforts. Many Thanks and Best Wishes go out to Bob and Carolyn.

I would also like to publicly thank Carolyn Neveu for granting us passes to prior shows. I was permitted to move around freely and shoot photos during the show setup day. No escort was required, as has happened shooting other events. Last year something had come up and I could not shoot the 2014 show, so I was really looking forward to the 2015 National Motorcycle Show. Thank you again Carolyn for your trust.

 

Photo of Spartacus, taken in 2012. Photo credit Vincent Banial

Photo of Spartacus – 2012. Photo credit Vincent Banial

 

 

Posted by: Vincent Banial for Uniquely Toronto
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