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The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, the country’s premier showcase of motorcycling heritage and history, will spotlight over a hundred of the world’s most recognizable enthusiasts in its new exhibit, "MotoStars: Celebrities + Motorcycles." Scheduled to open in late March 2008, the 8,000-square-foot exhibit will feature many priceless machines, exclusive memorabilia and tales from celebrities’ favorite two-wheel adventures. A dedication ceremony for "MotoStars: Celebrities + (...)
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The Motorcycle, Italian Style: Riding the Curves with MV Agusta, sponsored by Cliff’s Cycle Revolution, has opened at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center on Saturday, Sept. 8 and it will run through the Bendel Mansion Museum Galleries until Jan. 6, 2008. This vintage motorcycle exhibition, from the Gary & Connie Kohs Collection, represents the MV Agusta brand history from the beginning of the second World War to nowadays, with more than 30 bikes, most from the Classic era (...)
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It is a great occasion for every rider to visit the place where the world’s best cruisers are manufactured as Labor Day weekend will open for free visiting of the assembly line and viewing 2008 models during the third Thunder in the Rockies motorcycle rally which will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 1-2. The event, sponsored by Thunder Mountain Harley Davidson and The Ranch, will cost $10 per day or $15 for the weekend and it will again be set at The Ranch in Loveland on Aug. 31- (...)
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Each July, the American Motorcyclist Association hosts over 40,000 people at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days(SM), the country’s largest celebration of classic motorcycles. The annual event draws the world’s attention to the thousands who collect, restore and ride dream machines from a bygone era. This year’s AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days(SM) event is scheduled for July 27-29 and record crowds are expected. For these fans of classic motorcycles, and for those eager to enter the vintage hobby, (...)
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The Harley-Davidson Museum is inviting motorcycle enthusiasts worldwide to give a unique holiday gift this year by participating in Living the Legend, an exciting opportunity to showcase personal connections to the Motor Company and the highly-anticipated Harley-Davidson Museum, opening in the summer of 2008. Living the Legend is a great way to honor the Harley-Davidson enthusiast in your life this holiday season by customizing a stainless steel rivet with a name and personal message. (...)
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This vintage motorcycle exhibition traces the MV Agusta brand from its World War II inception to today. Transportation meets art in this spectacular salute to one of the most admired, esthetically-driven steel horses of all time. The exhibition runs Saturday, September 8, 2007 through Sunday, January 6, 2008. Member’s Opening Reception is Friday, September 7, 2007 and Director’s Circle Dinner is Friday, November 2, 2007 Related Programming: EASY RIDER, Italian Style Festival, Sunday, (...)
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The final steel beam of the Harley-Davidson Museum building was placed atop an adjoining 80-foot tower May 4, representing a significant milestone in the construction of the new facility. With great pride, Harley-Davidson executives and construction team workers signed the beam before Willie G. Davidson, senior vice president and chief styling officer, gave the signal for it to be raised to the top of the tower. Construction of the Harley-Davidson Museum, located at 6th and Canal Street (...)
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From Ducati: Cupertino, CA - Ducati North America announces the official donation to the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum of the “Iron Butt” ST4, ridden by Gary Eagan from 2000-2002 to several endurance records. The ST4 was originally delivered to Gary Eagan by Ducati North America in 2000 as a brand new motorcycle with zero miles. It was viewed as an ideal platform for Gary to use for his record setting long distance endurance rides. The most prestigious record Gary set on this (...)
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When he was a kid, Steve Smith begged and badgered his parents for anything with two wheels and a motor. He eventually got his wish in the form of a Harley Davidson minicycle. The bike is long gone. But Smith’s two-wheel fascination? Stronger than ever. That fascination will be on display as Smith, head of the Lawrence Group architecture firm, and his son Zach unveil their midtown Moto Museum on Olive Street. As part of the museum kick-off, the father-son enthusiasts also will host this (...)
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Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum announces new exhibit honoring Malcolm Smith. Pickerington, OH - The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum announces "Malcolm!," a new exhibit honoring the legendary career of off-road racing champion, movie star, motorcycling ambassador, tireless fundraiser and mega-dealer Malcolm Smith. Inducted into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 1998, Smith - supported by noted colleagues and friends - will return to help dedicate "Malcolm!" on July 26, 2007 (...)

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