If you like motorcycles - this is the place to visit. They have every kind imaginable - even the ROADOG. I think it was 17 feet long. Check it out on google.
My son and I stopped at the museum on our road trip. Many different motorcycles and styles of their riders. According to the plaque signed by Peter Fonda the only real Easy Rider motorcycle is located there. Also, the Von Dutch motorcycle as seen purchased by American pickers is located here. Really fun remembering motorcycles that were a part of... More
This is one fantastic place! Really fun to see over 400 bikes and all the historical signage that goes with the brands. Really old cycles are fun to study, very nice people and cool displays. You cant go wrong!! Just a heads up, the Super 8 motel across the street is really nasty and creepy. Would look for another hotel... More
If you like motorcycles this is the place to visit. The front desk people were all volunteers and everyone was very friendly. If you are a veteran let them know and they will reduce the price of admission. The collection of Evel Knievel memorabilia brought back many fine memories of my childhood
We visited the museum for the first time yesterday, and I'm sorry I waited so long. They've assembled an excellent collection of bikes from the very beginning to modern day. The museum is well organized - it starts with racing bikes, ranging from obscure Spanish enduro bikes to hillclimbers to land speed record vehicles. The racing is mostly U.S. oriented... More
I was surprised to find such a cool place in the middle of Iowa. Who would have thought? This is the real deal, though only if you're into motorcycles. Excellent collection, with a wide variety of bikes of all makes and ages. I was impressed. What I'm not impressed with is the hours. Close at 5pm? Better get here early... More
This was my first time at the museum. This is a hidden gem that is a must see for any motorcycle enthusiast. Covering years of motorcycle history, there is a little something for everyone. It was interesting to see the number of motorcycles either on loan or donated to the museum. I even saw a motorcycle that was featured on... More
If you love motorcycles and their history this is a must see, clean and organized, plan on a few hours to take it all in.
Absolutely terrific museum. The organization of the motorcycles and memorabilia was superb!! The personnel could not have been friendlier or more helpful. Benches scattered throughout for when you needed to sit - like me!!
Our little group of four were really looking forward to seeing the museum. While a great mecca of motorcycles to view, the organization of them seemed a bit disheveled and kind of thrown together. I could really detect no rhyme or reason to the layout....and consequently, found that I just kind of breezed by the motorcycles admiring certain ones and... More
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