Thanksgiving is just around the corner!

We’re counting down the days to Thanksgiving, and luckily, we have just the treats to liven up your feast: our all-new Thanksgiving Signature Cakes! We have started to take orders for our Caramel Pecan Cake and Pumpkin Chocolate Marble Cake, which come in 2 sizes of 6 inches and 8 inches. There is limited availability and cut off date for ordering on Friday November 20.

Caramel Pecan Cake
Four layers of vanilla cake with crushed pecans, 3 layers of caramel and vanilla buttercream, finished with purple frosting, gold leaf decorations, and 4 of our Macarons. Comes in 2 sizes of 6 inches and 8 inches, which serve 8 to 12 and 12 to 16 people respectively.
Pumpkin Chocolate Marble Cake
Four layers of pumpkin chocolate marble cake, 3 layers of cream cheese buttercream, finished with white frosting, dark chocolate accents, and 4 of our Macarons. Comes in 2 sizes of 6 inches and 8 inches, which serve 8 to 12 and 12 to 16 people respectively.

Published by Philippe Guyony

The Vincent was of course not my first motorcycle, but rather a slow maturation process, which started in 1982 when a friend of mine offered me the opportunity to ride his Rapide for a few miles. I was student at that time, and in fact, it took me 12 long years to afford the acquisition of my own 1948 Rapide Series B. Since, I have own many other V-Twins of any kind, including a 1951 C Black Shadow, but the Egli-Vincent became to me like an obviousness, or at least, the motorcycle that suited me the best. Even today, although I love all British Classics, she remains for me the ultimate motorcycle, the one I would have if I had to keep only one. My wish is to be able to convey this passion to you through these pages dedicated to the Egli-Vincent and more widely to the Fast Vincent.

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