Any of the events that take place at Bonneville Salt Flats would not be possible without all the people that put their hearts, time and money into it. They believe, so do we.
No matter who you are or what brings you to Bonneville, you may be part of the staff, press, volunteers, owners, drivers, sometimes even their pets!, accidental travelers… once you tread on the salt you are part of it and you will not want to step back. I can tell.
The more you go to NYC, the less stranger you are. People in general and newyorkers in particular will not notice this fact but it does not matter, The City will and it will reward you.
We decided to celebrate Sol’s birthday in NYC, a city we love and here it is, the modest result of walking around Manhattan with your camera. You will find a wide range of beatiful, interesting, quotidian subjects and things that deserve to appear a few seconds in your lens.
I would say it was a perfect day but what the hell!, no doubt it was. After CRD’s founder and friend Pedro Garcia invited us for breakfast at El Diamante, we leap over our motorbikes and the wild bunch headed to Jarama Race Track where the vintage festival took place. It was a nice sunny day of october, the temperature was perfectly standable riding on the motorbike or walking among the classics with the camera.
It was my first time in this event and I was pleasingly surprised by the atmosphere, the organization and the profile of the public in general, a quite balanced mixture of tough guys, classic and vintage lovers, refurbishers and world champions like Agostini and Nieto.
In some way, for those like me who have been in touch with motorcycles since an early age, walking among all these jewels was like a time travelling.
Memories arised from the inside out.