If you’re facing a long flight and you get stuck in an airport, just pray to your lucky stars the airport you’re jammed up in is SFO in San Franciso. If you find yourself there with what you think is lots of time on your hands and nothing to do, you my friend, are wrong.
Spend a little time taking a close up look at some of the most beautiful motorcycle creations in the history of bikes placed throughout Galleries A1 and G1 in the SFO International Terminal Main Hall.
1955 MV Agusta CSS Super Sport Disco Volante
The display will be in place through April of this year, so you still have some time left to take in these tiny, magnificent pieces of speed and design.
The Consul General of Italy, Fabrizio Marcelli, Aldo Mura, the Officer of the Italian Consulate of Italy in San Francisco, Motociclismo d’Epoca, David Miller of the City College of San Francisco Automotive Technology Department and a host of collectors have done you a great service by putting together a display of Italian motorcycles from the past.
The Italians have, as we all know, a real feel for artistic product design, and the beautiful motorcycles which plied their trade on Italy’s racetracks and roads in the 1950s and 1960s were at the forefront of making the mechanized magnificent to apprehend as well.