1. Wolfgang Kirchner

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    As a life long (half century and counting) motocycle enthusiast, it’s always nice to fine gems like this place. The museum is a bit out of the way and hard to find but DEFINITELY worth it. The quality of the bikes (BRITTEN, BMW KOMPRESSOR, CROCKER, BROUGH to name a few) was excellent. The guy at the desk was a bit unique but even he couldn’t ruin the excitment. It would have helped had he known more about the bikes but I was left with the impression he got the job because he must know the owner. Any more bikes and the museum will need to find more space as it is already way overcrowded with bikes. To the owner, Sir, you have excellent taste. Thank you for making your collection available to the masses.

  2. Tanny Brutsche

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    A most unique and hidden pleasure. Worth the ride up from LA just for that.

  3. John Iversen

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    This is the best place to see a wide range of motorcycles. I was there in 2011 and the people are as great as the museum. The bikes were not roped or chained off. You can walk right up to it and get a real good look at the artfully built bikes. He’s even got a John Britten motorcycle on display.

  4. Larry Berg

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    If you are even close to a motorcycle enthusiast, you must visit this museum. So many bikes, I won’t go into it. Visit the web site for that. Just GO, you won’t be disappointed.

  5. Maxim Kachurovskiy

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    Careful, by appointment only. 10am-4pm weekday, 11am-5pm weekend. 10$ per person.