In the early twentieth century, motorcycles became the symbol of desire, evasion, wonder and speed. As the world became more regular, controlled, and narrow, these in your face, noisy, roaring, speed machines represented a way to break free and signal your independence.
Cycles & Cinema celebrates iconic movie motorcycles and their place in our culture. This new exhibit features famous movie bikes such as Peter Fonda's "Captain America" Harley-Davidson FL and Bruce Wayne's "Dark Night" MV Augusta.
Did you know that Deeley Motorcycle Exhibit is the largest, privately-held collection in Canada with over 250 Motorcycles from more than 50 manufacturers? The Deeley Motorcycle Exhibition preserves the history and beauty of these mechanical marvels in a state of the art facility. Owners Don James and Malcolm Hunter began with a vision for a motorcycle museum that was an authentic experience, and encouraged visitors to get excited about the history and evolution of the motorcycle.
Register early - space is limited to 20!