Bermuda Bikes on Display at City Hall
Classic Bikes and Customised Modern Bikes
February 2009
The following Bermuda motorcycles, both classic and modern, were dislayed outside the Hamlton City Hall on two Saturdays in February 2009 to promote an exhibition entitled 'Changing Gears: the Art of the Bermuda Motorcycle' at the Bermuda National Gallery. All photos on this page are by Craig Morfitt.
1967 Mobylette owned by Stephen DeCosta
Lambretta owned by Richard Grant (above)
1968 Vespa owned by Roddy DeSilva (above)
1961 Gilera 125 owned by Floride Canale (above and below)
1950 Bown owned by Paul Martins (above)
1952 Kreidler (also known as KK) owned by Stephen DeCosta (above)
1973 Honda CD125
Raleigh bicycle with a 1952 Trojan Mini Motor attached
(above and left)
1983 Honda CB1000 Custom owned by Howard Paynter (above)
1980 Honda CB900 Custom owned by Craig Morfitt (above)
Chopper by Orange County Choppers (above and below)
Hyosung Aquila with Jimi Hendrix gas tank (above)
Heavily customised Yamaha Dragstar by Mike Swan (above)
Phantom 150cc choppers (above and below)
Customised Kymco Dink
Honda Shadow VT125
Customised Honda Scoopy
1987 Mobylette owned by Stephen DeCosta
Honda Varadero 125
Daelim Daystar