2007-02-12 10:48
The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum, America's premiere
showcase of motorcycling heritage and history, has announced a full schedule
of events for 2007, beginning with the Annual Fundraising Breakfast.
Featuring Harley-Davidson design expert and Motorcycle Hall of Fame member
Willie G. Davidson as the honored speaker, the breakfast will launch a year
of dynamic Museum activities.

From the October 5 - 6 Motorcycle Hall of Fame Induction and Concours
d'Elegance Weekend to celebrations of favorite motorcycle marques, every
Museum visit is an opportunity to experience award-winning exhibits and
learn memorable stories. Located adjacent to Interstate 70, just minutes
from Columbus, Ohio, the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum's exhibits and
events take place in over 15,000 square feet of gallery space, surround by
23 scenic acres.

The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum engages visitors by bringing the stories
behind the famous machines and faces to life. Priceless motorcycles,
memorabilia, historic images and unusual artifacts are presented in each of
the Museum's three galleries. Many of the exhibits feature interactive
elements that invite kids of all ages to touch - such as the current
"Motocross America" exhibit where tomorrow's racing stars can try on the
latest motocross gear and prepare for a "photo op" on the victory podium.

All 2007 events at the non-profit Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum are open to
the public and many are free of charge:

•"Motocross America" Exhibit. See, hear and touch the action-packed history
of America's original action sport through this expansive exhibit. Featured
are more than 60 legendary motocross machines, hundreds of artifacts,
personal treasures on loan from racing and industry stars, rare original
images and special interactive sections, such as a Motocross Resource Center
designed to help parents and kids get involved in racing. Admission fees.
Through December 2007.

•Annual Fundraising Breakfast. Harley-Davidson styling guru and Motorcycle
Hall of Fame member Willie G. Davidson, better known to millions of
enthusiasts as Willie G., will share his vision of Harley-Davidson's iconic
design heritage at the 19th Annual Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum
Fundraising Breakfast during Daytona Bike Week. Admission fees. Friday,
March 9, at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort.

•Japanese Motorcycle Saturday. Japanese machines in every style, from sport
bike to cruiser to café racer, are on display during this enthusiast
gathering. Visitors will enjoy rare bikes, a free, unjudged bike show,
special guests, food vendors, seminars, and more. Saturday, June 2, at the

•European and British Motorcycle Saturday. Any fan of European and British
machines will enjoy this celebration of marques such as BMW, Norton and
Triumph. The event will feature seminars by prestigious speakers and an
unjudged, free bike show for machines up to 2007. Saturday, June 30, at the

•AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days. More than 40,000 motorcycle enthusiasts
gathered at last year's annual celebration of motorcycling heritage, making
it the biggest vintage motorcycle event in America. Visitors can meet the
legends of the sport at the Museum's Motorhead Café, enjoy Harley-Davidson
Sportster as Marque of the Year, bid on rare classics and memorabilia at the
world-class Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum Vintage Motorcycle Auction, watch
AHRMA racing greats battle it out on four race tracks, browse the world's
largest motorcycle swap meet, try the latest motorcycles from today's
leading manufacturers, and shop dozens of new gear and accessory vendors.
Admission fees. July 27-29, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, OH.

•Motorcycle Hall of Fame Weekend and Concours d'Elegance. Meet and mingle
with motorcycling's most famous names at the annual Hall of Fame Induction,
plus enjoy over 100 of the nation's rarest motorcycles at the 6th annual
Motorcycle Hall of Fame Concours d'Elegance (all day Saturday). The weekend
includes a Friday "Evening of Stars and Legends" reception at the Museum,
autograph sessions, Saturday gala Induction dinner and ceremony. October
5-6, at the Museum.

•Motorcycle Hall of Fame Holiday Online Auction. A virtual shopping
extravaganza awaits gift givers starting November 1. That's the day the
Museum "opens" the door to its annual online holiday auction. All proceeds
benefit the Museum and museum staff accepts auction donations throughout the
year. November 1,

Source: Brandware Public Relations

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