Museum To Offer Exhibit of Bobbers, Custom Motorcycles


The National Packard Museum's 13th annual antique motorcycle exhibit, "Motorcycles ABC: Antiques, Bobbers, Customs," opens Jan. 12.

The exhibit is presented in conjunction with the Lake Erie Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America (AMCA) and will feature three different types of motorcycles: antiques, bobbers, and custom bikes.

It will run through May 19 and there will be more than 30 motorcycles on display featuring a few very rare antique motorcycles, including a 1911 Flanders and a 1917 Dayton; a number of significant American, European, and Japanese bobbers, including an award winning 1940 Indian Scout bobber; and several vintage and modern custom bikes, including Evil Knievel's own 1988 Knievel Cycle Chopper, built by the Evil Knievel Motorcycle Co.

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