Vintage motorcycles are preserved in Japan.

Vintage motorcycle enthusiasts in Ichinomiya, Aichi Prefecture, are dedicated to their love of riding classic motorcycles. The majority of these motorcycle manufacturers have either stopped selling or closed down, so all maintenance and repair work is done at home garages.

Aichi Japan – September 24, 09:30 a.m. : These vintage motorcycle enthusiasts in Ichinomiya, Aichi Prefecture, are dedicated to their love of riding classic motorcycles, even though they are uncomfortable to ride and less safe than modern bikes.But, their love of these vintage machines does not go down a smidgeon.Because the majority of these motorcycle manufacturers have either stopped selling or closed down, all maintenance and repair work is done at home garages, and as a result, replacement parts are no longer available, so many parts are produced manually, and it could take months to replace it.I only have used bikes, now I have four motorcycles from the prewar period, but they are all working fine.

I am only good at riding, and in return, I help them with my knowledge so that we all help each other to maintain our bikes, one of the vintage motorcycle collectors said.Starting a motorcycle requires a variety of tasks, and the operation of these motorcycles is dependent on individual skills.It was fought in the war and has since been recovered to the present day.The most frustrating part is that my bike is made in the United States, so I can't find spare parts in Japan.To fix my bike, I look for parts in the United States and bring them here.According to a vintage motorcycle collector, this motorcycle model is called Indian model and was produced in the 1920s, so parts for it are even harder to find in the United States.