The National Packard Museum’s annual vintage motorcycle exhibit will feature Buell bikes

For 22 years, the National Packard Museum has hosted its annual vintage motorcycle exhibit – and with 2022 on the horizon, they just released that the marque in the spotlight is none other than Buel, via a handsome RR1000 from 1987.

The Daily Business Journal tells us that the bike is currently on loan from New Castle Harley Davidson. With the RR1000 being Erik Buell’s first entry into the sports bike market (and only 50 examples ever made), it is a magnificent representation of the brand – and it will be accompanied by a nice range of other bikes, filling “veteran, sport, road / off road, racing, military and service scooters and bike [categories], “ comments on the report.

“Vintage riding accessories, equipment and clothing will be on display alongside the motorcycles. ”

“We are delighted to present such a wide variety of motorcycles”, says Mary Ann Porinchak, director general of the museum.

“Showcasing six different categories allows us to display something special or unusual that everyone can appreciate, from longtime collectors and bikers to casual motorcycle admirers. “

Here is a list of the bikes that will be presented:

Vintage Motorcycle Annual Show Bikes

Source: The Vindicator

Veteran bikes

1909 Thor V-twin in original condition

1910 ½ Yale single cylinder

1913 NSU TT Special

1915 Model Austro-Omega 400cc

a view of a Kawasaki H1

Source: eatsleepRIDE

Sports bikes

1955 Harley-Davidson KHK

1961 Husqvarna 31 Sport

1968 Bridgestone BS100

1972 Harley-Davidson Sportster XLH

Kawasaki h1

a side view of a 1957 BMW R-50 ISDT

Source: Turtle Garage

Bikes on / off road

1957 BMW R-50 ISDT replica (modified for Enduro use)

1967 Triumph TR6C

1971 Yamaha 360cc RT1-B Enduro

1950 Horex 350 Rennmachine (ridden by Friedl Schoen)

Source: AutoEvolution

Racing bikes

1950 Horex 350 Rennmachine (ridden by Friedl Schoen)

1950 German 350cc class road racing champion

1950 German 350cc class road racing champion

1966 Velocette Thruxton (VMT 217)

1975 Rokon Cobra

2001 Honda RC

1978 Harley-Davidson MX250

a side view of an Indian serviceman from 1943 741

Source: Yesterday

Military bikes

1943 Indian Military 741

1961 Matchless G3 (used by the Dutch army)

A side view of a 1951 Harley Davidson Servicar

Source: Mecum Auctions

Service bikes

1951 Harley Davidson Servicar

1958 Cushman’s Eagle

1962 Triumph Tina Scooter

1966 Vespa 165

A hero from the title of the original article

Source: Mecum Auctions

The article tells us that the exhibition will open on January 8 and run through May 21, with hours Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Admission is $ 10 ($ 8 for people aged 65 and over; $ 5 for children under 12; free for children under 7).

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