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Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum
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13515 Yarmouth Dr Pickerington, OH 43147
13515 Yarmouth DriveUSOhioPickerington43147
MuseumToday 9AM–5PM
Wednesday 9AM–5PMThursday 9AM–5PMFriday 9AM–5PMSaturday 9AM–5PMSunday 9AM–5PMMonday 9AM–5PMTuesday 9AM–5PM
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Small museum with exhibits on motorcycling heroes & the sport's evolution, plus iconic bikes.- Google
"Great collection of off-road race bikes."
"...worthy of the Motorcycle Hall Of Fame (aka Max Biaggi or Valentino Rossi."
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Dan Knous
4 months ago
Great collection of off-road race bikes. Really brought back the memories from my desert racing days, especially Malcolm's Husky!
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parker auman
2 months ago
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Jason Smith
7 months ago
Small but great variety of bikes
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Corey Luczak
4 years ago
The place is neat, no doubt, but it was a lot smaller than I expected.
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ThereYa GoRookie
3 years ago
The museum has a very nice layout of motorcycles, spanning several different genres and decades of motorcycle history. The bikes are impressive and many look mint condition (and/or fabulously restored) even the oldest of motorcycles there; with most having information placards posted about each bike and suits/helmets. HOWEVER: the entry price is too steep (at $10 a head for adults) for a museum that is soo small. My son and I traversed it in the span of 40 minutes. I was also supremely disappointed to not find any current super bikes/motogp prototypes or any info on current racers that are worthy of the Motorcycle Hall Of Fame (aka Max Biaggi or Valentino Rossi)... I mean, I understand this is backed by the AMA and lean more towards American riders... so.. what about Nicky Hayden?? He deserves a mention or two. :) Or perhaps mention of the Isle Of Man TT and the current American racers putting their lives on the line every year to race. Also disappointed by the supreme lack of present day/current customized/modified bikes; there were a few downstairs but not many and almost no info on who modified them and why they are considered hall of fame pieces. Conclusion, still worth going if you're not more than an hour away and you love motorcycles in general, but if you like current street sport bikes and or current super bike... be prepared for disappointment.
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Jonathan Love
3 years ago
Many many Harley Davidsons. Only one Ducati. Lots of Hondas. Worth the stop regardless of what you ride... Our don't ride.
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Jeffrey Collins
3 years ago
What an amazing place for the historian or motorcycle lover. Looking forward to my next visit.
robert mcauliffe
3 years ago
Great collection of motorcycles and history