We’re very excited to have just uncrated another piece for our collection that is 100 years old this year! This 1919 Carter Electric Trike! We still have some work to do on her, so watch for more about this emerald beauty! #motorcyclepedia #happybirthday #trike
This 1919 Cleveland is one of several motorcycles we have turning 100 years old this year! This model has a single cylinder, 2 stroke-2 speed engine that gave out 2 1/2 HP, and with an original asking price of $225, was a little more affordable than the Flying Merkel at the time! #motorcyclepedia #happybirthday
Böhmerland was a Czechoslovakian motorcycle manufacturer from 1924 until World War II. This Touren 3 model features a 600cc single cylinder engine and solid cast aluminum wheels, an industry first!
“The Behemoth”, This Spacke twin, built in the early 1930’s, is powered by 2 vintage 1915 980cc Spacke V- Twin engines! Each wheel is 36 x 400 with smooth tires mounted! Both engines are synchronized through mechanical linkage and timing is controlled by the left side handle grip.
This Indian Scout trike features a Q.TEC. front end and some nice leather trim highlights!
“Beezer” was built in 1979 with a ‘67 BSA 500cc engine. The gold leaf on the black lacquer paint really stands out on this chopper!
The “Wall of Death”, or Motordrome, is a sideshow attraction featuring a barrel shaped cylinder in which the stunt motorcyclist would perform. The audience would watch from the top as the performers rode faster and faster around the bottom until they had enough speed to ride up the wall! #wallofdeath #motordrome #centrificalforce #motorcyclepediamuseum
This is exciting! Not only a new motorcycle, but a new brand! The Motus features a 1650cc liquid cooled V4 engine! Come in and check out this new American made sport bike! #motusmotorcycles #motorcyclepedia
The museum’s property is located on 2 towns, the town of New Windsor and the City of Newburgh! We’re proud to feature 2 motorcycles from each, a ‘97 FLH from New Windsor and a ‘99 FLHTP from Newburgh! #motorcyclepediamuseum #cityofnewburgh #townofnewwindsor