While most motor vehicles at the Sacramento International Auto Show will be of the four-wheeled variety, there will some stylish two-wheelers on display courtesy of the Fort Sutter Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America.
Among the 30 bikes in their display (all pre-1978 models) are some British, German and Japanese makes as well as a good variety of American motorcycles including Harley Davidson and Indian. The ages of these machines range from 1911 through 1972.
Sure to draw attention will be three Harley Davidson Knuckleheads, notable for being Harley's first successful overhead valve V-twin engine and given the name by riders who thought the engine looked like fists with two knuckles sticking out.
You can find all of this rolling history and more in the Antique Motorcycle display located in Expo Center.