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The Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame is home to over 75 original and fully restored examples of vintage and antique Indians, Harley-Davidson, Excelsior, Ariel, Mustang, BSA, Honda, Cushman, Panther and Triumph, dating from 1913-1983.

Our Mission

heroThe Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame, established in March of 1992, is recognized as a publicly supported, non-profit, educational corporation. The museum is run by an all-volunteer staff. Unlike other automotive and motorcycle museums, the Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame focuses on people. The names and faces of the pioneers of motorcycling and their contributions are captured in photographs and biographies throughout the museum.

The display of this memorabilia ensures that everyone has the opportunity to enjoy the history of early American two-wheeled ingenuity and preserve its legacy.

With the new interest in antique and classic motorcycles, a worldwide demand has developed for these machines and anything associated with them.
The drastic decline in the number of old bikes and memorabilia for sale is alarming. Our history and heritage, along with these machines, will disappear across the water. When they are gone, they are gone forever and before you know it, it will be too late!

To allow these value examples to disappear from the American culture would be a tragedy.

Hall of Fame

Unlike most “halls of fame” the Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum concentrates its focus on every day people. Members of the “hall of fame” are individuals who have dedicated their lives to motorcycling.

While some “famous” riders are included, the true pioneers and the real contributors to the motorcycling heritage are often the common man.

The museum recognizes these individuals with photographs and detailed biographies of their contributions, achievements and devotion to the motorcycle community.

Photographs & Art

The collections of photographs are exceptional. Each photograph carries a detailed caption which explains the subject, event and illustrates a fine visual history of American motorcycling.

Original artwork, sculpture and rare prints fill the museum walls.

Educational Literature

The museum has a large collection of motorcycle factory literature. The extensive library, combined with personal knowledge of staff members of motorcycles and motorcycling history, provide an unequaled educational experience for everyone. Visitors may obtain quality copies to assist them in their own projects and expand their knowledge.


A large portion of the museum is dedicated to authentic period memorabilia, photographs, art and literature. This includes a wide display of pins, patches, trophies, banners, clothing, accessories, sidecars, dealer signs and banners, as well as vintage leather apparel.

5867 North Nevada Ave.

Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918 – in the mezzanine at Pikes Peak Harley-Davidson

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5867 North Nevada Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
in the mezzanine at
Pikes Peak Harley-Davidson

Opening Hours

Tuesday - Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Open Mondays April thru September

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