Stony Brook, NY - July 22, 2015 - Due to the success of last year’s exhibit the Ward Melville Heritage Organization is once again hosting “America’s Love Affair with the Motorcycle…Continues” now through September 7. See the evolution of the motorcycle including the 1912 Indian TT Racer (featured in “American Pickers” and pictured here with Creator and Star, Mike Wolf) and a 1975 Ducati 750 Sport from 20th Century Cycles.
With over 50 bikes on display as well as a host of all new vintage collections, memorabilia, an outdoor car showcase, speakers, artwork and sculptures, visitors are sure to enjoy a memorable experience this summer. There are also foodie specials such as the Hog Hero at Fratelli’s, Knucklehead Chili at Robinson’s, The Harley Hoagie at Crazy Beans, BMW Burger at The Country House and The Screamin’ Eagle at Latitude 121! Included in this year’s exhibit will also be bikes from the private collection of Joe Buzzetta such as a 1977 Moto Guzzi Le Mans 850 and a 1928 restored BMW R52 from The Nettesheim Museum. In addition to the 1975 Ducati (pictured), a 1972 Honda CB 500 K1, also from 20th Century Cycles, will be on exhibit as well. Additional events include speakers such as Jeffrey James offering his expertise on “Motorcycles and Movies” on August 8th.
The exhibit takes place at WMHO’s Educational & Cultural Center, 97P Main Street, Stony Brook and is open 7 days a week, 10 am to 5 pm. General Admission is $5 pp, Children under 12 are $3 pp. For full events schedule call 631-689-5888 or visit here.
Pictured: Mike Wolf, Creator and Star of "American Pickers" with 1912 Indian TT Racer, courtesy of Jim Giorgio.