An American museum known more for extinct automobiles than motorcycles is putting on a two-wheeled display with a twist.
The National Packard Museum’s display of 30 motorcycles will feature side-by-side comparisons of restored and unrestored bikes.
The show line-up will include Harley-Davidsons, Indian Chiefs, BMWs, BSAs and NSUs, some more than 100 years old.
The National Packard Museum is located in Warren, Ohio, home of the Packard car.
The motorcycle exhibit, titled "On the Road Again," is one of three annual shows by this motorcycle-friendly museum and runs until May 31. For more info, see www.packardmuseum.org.