Ross Metcalfe of Headingley loves antique motorcycles. When he’s not busy being the superintendent of the Interlake School Division, he collects and restores antique motorcycles. Click on the triangle in the circle above, to watch video. Produced by local filmmaker William Plenty for MTS TV, this is one of four vignettes focusing on the Manitoba Historical Society. The full show is available on the MTS Stories from Home service. Currently, Ross is the President of The Antique Motorcycle Club of Manitoba, and Director of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America. With an extensive collection of running vintage bikes and bikes in various states of restoration, he shares lost stories of Manitoba’s amazing Motorcycle history. For more info check out the Antique Motorcycle Club of Manitoba website or Metcalfe Motorcycles Bert Bentley Scott, water cooled Flying Squirrel Winnipeg Motorcycle Club If you enjoyed this historically themed video and post, you may also like these: The strange legacy of the Spanish Flu in Portage la Prairie The Crystal coffin and Portage’s Deadly flu Outbreak A collector discovers a message in a bottle about a prisoner of war camp at Newton, Manitoba. Prisoner of War Camp at Newton Story Link:A Perfectly Preserved One Room School House One Response Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.