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Motorcycle Hall of Fame

Motorcycle Hall
of Fame & Museum

Located east of Columbus on 23-acres and part of the American Motorcyclist Association's headquarters in Pickerington, the Museum houses an impressive collection of motorcycles. The 26,000-square-foot facility houses 3 main galleries that showcases bikes of every description and age.

The Motorcycle Hall of Fame and Museum is more than just motorcycles on display. Their goal is to tell the stories and history of motorcycling. The museum honors those who have contributed notably to the sport of motorcycling.

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The Motorcycle Hall of Fame recognizes those individuals making significant contributions to motorcycling, including the motorcycle business, history, design and engineering, in addition to those known for making significant contributions to road riding, off-road riding and all categories of motorcycle racing.

Classic Rides

The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum includes an impressive display of classic motorcycles, from the 1894 Roper Steamer, the oldest bike on display, a 1905 and 1908 Indians, a 1906 Harley-Davidson, the bike that proved Harley-Davidson was a serious American manufacturing contender.

The museum has a host of rides on display from every decade to the competition Super bikes and Motocrossers of the modern era. .

The Museum is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week! We are closed on Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.

Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum
13515 Yarmouth Dr. Pickerington 43147
(614) 856-2222

Motorcycle Museum