Woodstock was on the route of the Nutmeg XXIII Winter Rally of the Vintage Sports Car Club of America which lucked into a clear day on Saturday, February 10.
The Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains are part of the American imagination, a cauldron for artistic identity and a proving ground for the emergence of personal mechanical mobility. There was Fulton’s steamboat, the early railroads and the earliest tests for automobiles in 1903. And here documented, a 1908 motorcycle endurance run over now familiar roads, but what were once incredibly challenging terrain.
In the 1930s Midget racing cars were run on a quarter-mile clay track off Cooper Lake Road in Bearsville.
Saugerties’ own Peter Duvaloois was featured last March in the New York Times “Auto Ego” column titled “Rat Rods: A
[portfolio_slideshow id=6750] Photos and drawings by Robert Selkowitz Saugerties’ own Peter Duvaloois was featured last March in the New