Motorcycle museum goes into history

Museums are supposed to keep a bit of history alive for others to see and to remember but one motorcycle musuem has fallen into history.  In Niagara Falls, Ontario, Classic Iron Motorcycle Museum had motorcycles back to early 1900′s and offered local bikers a brief glimpse into biker history. But now the Museum has closed and their website has even been shutdown without little notice.

So if you are looking for one of their motorcycles, we found this picture of the museum still online at . It seems that websites that linked to the musuem do not know that it has closed.

Here are some of the motorcycles that they had:

1916 Harley Davidson
1923 Indian Scout
1929 Sunbeam 500 cc Racer
1932 Harley Davidson RL
1937 BSA Empire Star
1937 Knucklehead
1940 Harley Davidson UL
1942 WLC Canadian Military
1951 Ariel Square Four
1952 Matchless GL3
1953 Triumph TR6 Trophy
1956 Panhead with Sidecar
1966 BMW R27

Easyrider’s “Captain America” & “Billy Bike” Replicas

1980 Custom built Chrome & Gold Shovelhead

Classic Iron Motorcycle Museum
5743 Victoria Avenue
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada L2G 3L6

Phone: 905.374.8211

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I am one of the original founders of and I have been motorcycling since 1986 starting from an Yamaha Scooter to my latest ride a 2003 Honda Goldwing. I have owned my Goldwing for 4 years now and I have put on a little over 70,000 miles in that time. I enjoy going to rallies and meeting bikers from every walk of life.

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