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Motorcylepedia Newburgh NY Surprising parks|

Motorcylepedia was born in Jerry (Gerald) Arthur Doering and his son Ted

Together, a series of motorcycles that have been collected for decades are located in Newburgh, New York.

Opened on April 16, 2011 Motorcyclepedia

It is a non-profit museum licensed by the New York State Board of Directors.

85,000 square feet of exhibition space, more than 600 motorcycles from 1897 onwards.

The museum displays the timeline of Indian motorcycles (locomotives), Indian Larry Indian Larry, Harley Davidson, Chopper City, Japanese Honda Honda, Yamaha,

And some police and military motorcycles and so on!

In addition, there are more than 3,000 motorcycle souvenirs. Jerry became associated with the Indian motorcycle brand in the late 1940s and began to collect in 1949. After more than 60 years of collection, Jerry has collected enough motorcycles (locomotives) to form the only Indian in the world. People brand motorcycles (locomotives)

Timeline Motorcylepedia is home to the world’s most comprehensive collection of Indian motorcycles. Ted started collecting in the late 1960s. Ted is a Harley enthusiast.

He collected a series of custom and original Harley-Davidson motorcycles and souvenirs

The Harley series includes approximately 75 motorcycles dating back to 1907

The museum also cleverly and meticulously records the status of motorcycles in American popular culture.

It features a replica of the motorcycle that Peter Fonda rode in the 1969 film "Easy Rider"

With the real skull-inlaid car movie posters, books, comic books and other original memorabilia from the 2007 Nicholas Cage movie "Ghost Rider", decorated on the walls and exhibits, adding a historical background to each motorcycle. Any movie with motorcycles, Museums may have its posters.

Museum website : 250 Lake St, Newburgh, NY 12550

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