Museum exhibits are one of the primary vehicles in which the AMF realizes its mission. The public display of antique motorcycles allows anyone to see a piece of motorcycling history and to hopefully understand how they fit into our culture, from both social and design perspectives.
We have been organizing and curating exhibits since the early days of the foundation and we will continue to do so as long as exhibits remain an effective way of reaching the public. Ideally, we would like to create more exhibits at different locations around the country and effectively reach a broader audience. If you know of a venue in which an antique motorcycle exhibit could take place over an extended period of time (6 - 12 months), please contact the foundation.
The evolution of historical racing motorcyclesFast from the Past PA »
Nine more bikes than its predecessor in PennsylvaniaFast from the Past NY »
39 bikes with a highly diverse range of styles & featuresMotorcycles 1884-1973 »
How Japanese motorcycles changed the industry foreverKaizen »
Some of the finest restorations in the world:AMCA Winners' Circle »
The Motorcyclepedia museum features over 450 motorcycles along with photographs, posters, memorabilia, machinery, and other things related to motorcycles.
The museum has several exhibits including The Indian Timeline, Chopper City, The Circa Timeline, Fast from the Past, Harley-Davidsons, the Wall of Death, and the Antique Motorcycle Foundation's Gallery. The AMF gallery currently has the AMCA Winners' Circle exhibit on display.
Your donation will help to sustain our efforts through exhibits, special projects and events that create awareness, understanding and an appreciation for antique motorcycles of all makes and models.
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