The 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Walkway over the Hudson is going to feature a once in a lifetime opportunity to ride motorcycles over the Walkway itself!
The ride will finish at Motorcyclepedia Museum with Live Music, food, vendors and tours of our vintage motorcycle collection! For more info and tickets, please visithttps://walkway.org/
Hudson Valley Ride for Kids
Sunday, August 4, 2019
Registration: 8-9:30 a.m.
Kickstands Up: 10 a.m., Rain or Shine
No one should ever have to hear the words “Your child has a brain tumor.” Unfortunately, 13 families receive this news each day.
You can give hope to these families by joining the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation with any make or model of street legal motorcycle at Ride for Kids (www.rideforkids.org). Register below to ride with us and help fuel more cures and better care for children battling brain cancer.
XPO AND GARAGE SALE!
• Garage Clean Outs
..and so much more!
June 8th and 9th from 9am – 5pm at Motorcyclepedia Museum located at 250 Lake St. Newburgh, NY 12550.
Visit xpotradeshow.com or send us a message and or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Come to the Motorcyclepedia Museum on May 11th @ 12pm for a guided tour led by Ted Doering!
Motorcylepedia is the largest educational Motorcyle Museum in the world! Ted has extensive knowledge about every piece-featuring over 600+ motorcycles, the worlds only Indian Motorcycle timeline, custom Harley Choppers, and vintage motor-pacing bikes- this is a tour you won’t want to miss!
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Tickets are available online or in in person, at Cream Vintage and Consignment.
118 Liberty Street (cash or check payments accepted).
Please see the facebook event page to purchase a ticket online and read event details.
Motorcyclepedia features 85,000 square feet of exhibition space, with more than 600 Motorcycles on display from 1897 to today! The museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit public charity dedicated to motorcycle history, education and rider safety and operates under an Absolute Charter, granted by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York.
Look, Learn and Explore our ever expanding collection, currently organized into 10 galleries, including: The Indian Timeline, which is the foremost collection of Indian Motorcycles in the world. Chopper City which features customs and choppers from Big Daddy Ed Roth, Arlen Ness and Indian Larry. The Ed Youngblood Hall, which houses the AMCA Winner’s Circle. Fast From the Past, a showcase of racing motorcycles from past and present eras and disciplines. The Police and Military collection which contains historic police and WWII motorcycles. The Circa Timeline which includes an 1897 De-Dion Bouton, one of the oldest running motorcycles in North America. A Motordrome event space with two Walls Of Death and much more!