"Our collection features over 250 antique, vintage and relevant models spanning over 114 years representing 59 different makes of motorcycles from all over the world. Founded by Trev Deeley, the exhibition represents a life-long passion for the sport of motorcycling. Through the generous support of Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada and its owners, Trev’s legacy continues and thrives."
"The Museum is the property of brothers François and Jean Gagnon and is the fruit of a long-standing passion shared by both brothers who have been collecting motorcycles for over 30 years. Their goal is to assemble a collection containing specimens from each period. Today, their exceptional collection contains 140 motorcycles, mopeds and scooters, of which 100 are currently on display."
The Automobile Driving Museum is among the most exceptional museums of its kind. Displaying more than 70 cars of many makes and spanning the years, our collection is one of beauty as well as educational. While visiting the museum, not only do you have the special opportunity to view the showcased automobiles but you also have the opportunity to sit in them to get the feel of what it was like to drive these classics. On weekend visits, there are select automobiles that are available for our visitors over the age of 10 to ride in.
"Nestled in a wooded grove behind his shop of 40 years Bill Morris started to fulfill his life long dream. Bill's Old Bike Barn was born. Ten years later we have over 100 amazing vintage motorcycles and more than 50,000 square feet dripping with some of the most extraordinary antiques from all around the world.
The 1939 German Kattenkrad, 1913 Harley Silent Grey Fellow, 1914 Triumph have taken their place along with vintage European carousel horses and pristine Moto Guzzi's and our latest acquisition the 1909 Peugot."
The Kansas Motorcycle Museum is home to over 100 vintage and rare motorcycles of all various makes and models. It also has numerous motorcycle racing memorabilia, photos, posters, and much, much more! The museum was started in 2003 as a local tribute to Marquette's own motorcycle racing legend and FIVE TIME National Racing Champion, "Stan the Man" Engdahl.
Opened in 1989, the National Motorcycle Museum now boasts a display of over 200 motorcycles, ranging from rare one of a kind antique motorcycles to custom choppers and vintage models from the United States and abroad.
Jim Kersting is a multi-brand motorcycle dealer, who's been collecting classic bikes since the 1960s. His vast museum was opened in 2003 and currently houses everything from a 1936 Ariel to a 1944 Zundapp.
The Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame is home to over 75 original and fully restored examples of vintage and antique Indians, Harley-Davidson, Excelsior, Ariel, Mustang, BSA, Honda, Cushman, Panther and Triumph, dating from 1913-1983.