By Richard Backus
Steve Pieratt’s 4-cylinder, 1,500cc 1974 Triumph Bonneville.
The annual Barber Vintage Festival is always full of surprises. Interesting, odd and downright weird classic and vintage bikes seem to come out of the woodwork for this annual celebration of all things motorcycle, including machines like Steve Pieratt’s incredible twin-engined Triumph Bonneville, which Steve entered in the Motorcycle Classics Vintage Bike Show at the 10th Annual Barber Vintage Festival in 2014.
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