There will be food; and three hours to tour the displays. There is sure to be special behind the scenes stories and glimpses into just a how the museum works and makes its displays.
There will be bikes from Japan, Europe, and elsewhere that motivated the world when there were few cars on the road. Many of these machines spawned from a need to get people moving again after war had ravaged machines and factories. The bikes we know today have their beginnings in many of these humble, but unique machines.
So, find the time to schedule to come out; use the link above to register with TMISC. We plan a ride out to the museum on scooters, but you are more than welcome to meet us there on two wheels or four; just be sure to register ahead. This display is not to be missed. If you look hard enough you can even find a German machine that our shop sponsored for its duration at the museum. If this interests you; be sure to check into sponsoring a machine with the museum staff.