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Brooklands Museum and the VMCC Sprint Section regret to announce that the Sprint meeting scheduled for 8th July 2007 has been CANCELLED for financial reasons. The Museum and the VMCC Sprint Section are sorry to disappoint riders who were looking forward to a blast on the new Mercedes-Benz track. Efforts will be made to stage the event in 2008, which is actually the Centenary year of the start of MOTORCYCLE racing at Brooklands, whereas this year is the Centenary of the opening of the (...)
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One of Pickerington’s prime attractions is revving up a campaign intended to maintain and expand its most popular programs. The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum announced last week it has initiated an endowment to provide permanent support for its exhibition series. For the effort, the museum has partnered with the Columbus Foundation with the goal of building a $5-million fund over the next five years. "Our exhibitions are one of the best things we do, based on what our guests have (...)
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The Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Mass. welcomed Erik Buell, sportbike designer, engineer, Chairman and Chief Technical Officer of Buell Motorcycle Company on Friday, January 19, 2007. Erik spoke about his personal design philosophy and the company’s unique role as the only sportbike maker in America. Many vintage and new model Buell motorcycles were on display, including a 1989 RR1200 in pristine condition owned by John Sweeney, executive director of the Larz Anderson Museum. (...)
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The one-story brick building at 5625 Gravois Avenue bears no sign, in fact has nothing to distinguish itself from its commercial neighbors. Inside, however, is a collection that draws motorcycle connoisseurs from all over the country. The museum includes not only 150-plus vintage motorcycles, but it provides a bit of a history lesson on St. Louis and a look at the larger-than-life career of motorcycle and car dealer Dave Mungenast. Mungenast, who died in September at age 71 of brain (...)
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This past summer, construction of the Harley-Davidson Museum began after legendary dirt racer Scott Parker performed a burnout with a Harley-Davidson Sportster to officially break ground on the Museum. With plans to open in 2008, the Harley-Davidson Museum will become a must-see destination for many motorcyclists. For those who want to track the progress of the construction of the H-D Museum, a new webcam allows eager and curious enthusiasts to watch the progress each day. The H-D Museum (...)
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The Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline, Mass. will welcome Erik Buell, sportbike designer, engineer, Chairman and Chief Technical Officer of Buell Motorcycle Company on Friday, Jan. 19, 2007. Erik will speak on his personal design philosophy and the company’s unique role as the only sportbike maker in America. The reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the presentation by Erik Buell will begin at 7:30 p.m. Erik Buell’s career with Harley-Davidson began in 1979 when he joined the Company (...)
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Harley-Davidson styling guru and Motorcycle Hall of Fame member William G. Davidson, better known to millions of enthusiasts as Willie G., will share his vision of Harley-Davidson’s iconic design heritage at the 19th Annual Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum Fundraising Breakfast. The event takes place Friday, March 9, 2007, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. in Daytona Beach, Fla. Each year, funds raised at the breakfast play an important role in supporting the non-profit Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum’s (...)

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