It’s time to get your gears revved up.
Powerful, fast and flashy, motorcycles have left enduring tracks on California’s vehicular history and the very culture of the Golden State. In an effort to showcase California’s lasting affair with motorcycle culture, the California Automobile Museum is set to present the opening day of the “Live Free: California Motorcycle Culture,” exhibit on Saturday, September 24.
The exhibit will feature a wide variety of motorcycles on display by makers that range from Harley Davidson to Honda. A few highlights include a 1910 Yale, 1939 Indian Scout, 1951 Mustang Pony, 1953 Cushman Scooter, 1956 JAP speedway racer, 1964 Honda Dream, 1974 Harley Davidson Chopper and a 2016 Zero Electric.
While their histories are closely intertwined, the automobile and motorcycle have changed over the years. In a vision only Gottlieb Daimler could have imagined, the motorcycle will be getting all the glory it deserves in this exciting new exhibit. Museum guests will enjoy special activities on the opening day of the exhibit, including an opportunity to talk with owners of the special motorcycles on display, plus enjoy snacks and refreshments.