Featured Rider: Bruce Brown

How much have magazines, books or films been responsible for cementing our motorcycling passion? How much have they affected the public's perception of motorcycling? It turns out that Bruce Brown, film maker, writer, director of Endless Summer, the surf film of 1964, and On Any Sunday, 1971 was on a mission.    "The surfing and motorcycling stuff Read more

Super Rare Original Paint Merkel Bicycle Arrives at Museum

Since most of us started our two-wheeling on bicycles, visitors enjoy the wide array of bicycles and related artwork in the Museum's Bicycle Gallery. From "bone shakers" and high wheelers, even early shaft drive bikes to a range of deluxe "tank" bikes, and of course Schwinn Sting Rays, this display area will bring back many memories. But in the past Read more

National Motorcycle Museum will set up at: Baxter Cycle Summer Open House, August 15 & 16, in Marne, Iowa.

The Triumph motorcycle brand goes back to about 1903. And Baxter Cycle, about 4 hours west of the National Motorcycle Museum, respects that history. Not only does Baxter Cycle have a great inventory of new Triumphs, accessories and parts, but this is a great place to buy parts for your old Triumph, or even find the vintage Triumph (BSA or Norton) Read more

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