Wheels Through Time
The thrust of the museum is to educate future generations to a fascinating spectrum of Americana on vintage and antique motorcycles.
The Wheels Through Time collection contains over 30 pre-1916 motorcycles. All of which are in running order. Possibly the most interesting Pre-16 is Oscar Hedstroms (Indian Founder) unique prototype.
American racing motorcycles and their history create a fascinating timeline. Sixty plus racing machines from 1909 to present, grace the museum. This collection is complete with memorabilia from the “glory days” 1909 – 1929 through its early Class C racing roots. Hillclimbing motorcycles are given special attention. A unique display has been created for this extraordinary collection of 20 factory-produced specials.
Pre-war models from 1929 – 1939 bridge the gap from old technology to modern technology. Harley Davidson Knucklehead is truly the grandfather of the modern motorcycles. A collection of these models makes an extraordinary exhibit in the museum.
The Wheels Through Time "Decade Collection" is an interesting cross section of important American automobiles in a timeline spanning nearly 100 years. Classics of the 30’s, such as Packard, Lincoln, and Cadillac are well represented here at the museum.
Early teen cars include the Locomobile and Cadillac, which were the top of the line during their time. More modern cars consist of a sheik 1954 Eldorado convertible and a 1962 Corvette Roadster.
Usually 9a.m.-5p.m on weekends, but please call or refer to the website for actual hours.