A rest stop on the afternoon of the fourth day on the road in northern Missouri. The first bike in line is Quirk's, a '67. In the late '60s, Puch restyled the bikes and made them look like little Hondas. By far the most desirable bikes, and the ones worth the most money, are the earlier models with the round tanks, which are more Continental-looking. "Here we're at some little place to eat lunch with the six of us on the trip at the time. The group dynamic was fascinating: A couple of old hands, two guys who had never really ridden before and a couple in between."