An enthusiastic crowd was on hand Thursday, July 8, at the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, for the dedication of the new main-floor gallery and the opening of the new exhibits, “30-Year Ride: Honda’s Ohio-Made Motorcycles,” and “Dirt-Track! All-American Racing.”
Following a VIP tour and brunch, the noon ribbon-cutting ceremony officially ushered in a new era at the Hall of Fame.
“Our main-floor gallery takes the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame to a new level,” said AMA President and CEO Rob Dingman. “We are shining a spotlight on the incredible men and women who have shaped the history of motorcycling. Their stories are as inspiring as they are fascinating, and help visitors and fellow motorcyclists fully appreciate the sport and lifestyle of motorcycling.