Mike Ward was there with his "Eight Ball" record holding Triumph 500 Fuel bike as well as the Bill Koch owned "Dubble Trubble" built by Bud Hare. I think Dubble Trubble was one of the very first dual engine Triumph drag bikes. "Lucky" Franklin's all chrome 1948 "Iron Tiger" was a real sweet looking Triumph Drag Bike judging by the two photos in the article. And then there is the first real motorcycle drag slick pictured and written up in this article that was made by the Cadet Tire Company. I believe the larger slicks used on the 16" rims by some of the big bikes were automotive type skinny slicks made by Inglewood in CA. I had one of these Cadet slicks built on a Dunlop 19"X 4.00 Universal some years ago but traded it to a guy named Adrian that had a complete 1950's era BSA A10 Dragbike that needed it. I would love to see the finished restoration of that one.