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Pictures from St Francis Kansas Motorcycle Museum

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  1. RonS

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    Who created the museum? I'm not aware of it.
     
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    Love things we can pedal. As you might know - making a comeback here in the states as cyclists get a little older, lazier, and impatient. Here's the modern version from Phantom Bikes - https://phantom-bikes.com/.... In some ways, not much progress yet in design. Looking back, it's all been done before.


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    Yes Looks very much like the MC's from 100 years ago.
     
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    I belive it was a collaborative effort between the family that owns Aurora Honda in Aurora Colorado and some other people in the St Francis Kansas area.
     
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    I belive it was a collaborative effort between the family that owns Aurora Honda in Aurora Colorado and some other people in the St Francis Kansas area.
     
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    A former Honda dealer in Williamsport, PA (i.e., Little League Baseball and Lycoming Engines) had a great museum spanning the history of US Honda and other bikes of that era.
    It's great when you see those efforts open to the public.
     
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