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The museum will open at noon.
Hall of Fame Induction ceremonies will follow at 12:30
Tejon Street will close at 2 PM and Cannonball Riders will begin arriving around 3 PM
The street will stay closed until 7 PM
Cowboy’s will be open for food and refreshments
The Class of 2023 Hall of Fame inductees include:
Arlin Fatland – Owner of “2 Wheelers” MC Shop in Denver
Terry Weagel – Longtime owner of C&E Suzuki in Colorado Springs
Jim Tagaris / Tagaris Family – owners of “Harry’s Motors” in Denver
Merlyn Plumlee – World renowned motorcycle racer and tuner
Genevieve “Gyp” Baker – Women’s Motorcycling Pioneer
Roy Baker – President, “Harry’s Roamers” Motorcycle Club 1930’s
Erle Armstrong – Colorado Motorcycle Racing pioneer
Curly Fredericks - Colorado Motorcycle Racing pioneer
Since 1992, The Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame has been dedicated to the preservation of antique and classic motorcycles from the early 1900s through the 1970s.
Our displays of memorabilia, photographs and biographies of local motorcycling icons give visitors the opportunity to enjoy the history of American two wheeled ingenuity and the legacy of the pioneers who made it happen.
Beautiful original and restored machines from America, Europe and Asia are on display, and information on each machine is provided to ensure a fun, educational experience for the whole family.
Admission to the Museum is absolutely free! It has always been our mission to provide everyone the opportunity to enjoy the collection of machines, memorabilia and photographs regardless of their financial situation.
19 N Tejon St
Colorado Springs, CO
Donations Graciously Accepted
Contact us to book a tour
Guided tours by appointment
On the 2nd Floor
Elevator access from the Lobby
Open Wednesday through Saturday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
We'd love to hear from you. Contact us to book a tour, give us feedback, or request information about the museum.
We can also be reached by phone at (719) 487-8005.