This March, the Petersen Museum is updating their motorcycle collection with a special exhibit that details the “compelling history of competition” between Harley-Davidson and Indian. The Opening Reception is on Thursday, March 2nd, and tickets are available to the public. I’ll be there – will you?
The exhibit will specifically focus on the rivalry between the marques in the early 1900s on racetracks and in the streets. Expect to see a ’36 Knuckle, ’39 Super Scout, ’20 Indian Daytona racer, ’36 Dispatch Tow, some scooters, and more.
The reception will feature speeches from Richard Varner (Petersen board member) and Nevin Pontious (of Deus Ex Machina). Light refreshments and drinks will be served. Nathan and I will be there, and we hope to see you!
For more information or to buy tickets ($35 for non-members, $25 for members), head on over to the Petersen website.