Just got back from the MotorcyclePedia Grand Opening. Fantastic! What an excellent job they've done. Worth the wait. Harley, Indian, Ace, Henderson,Pope, Cleveland, Reading Standard, Pierce,Merkel, Thor, Emblem, Vincent, Triumph, Simplex, Neracar, BMW, Ariel, on and on. That's just downstairs. B models, J models, V Models, Flatheads, Knuckles, Pans,K Models, XL's, XR's. Racers, Stugis, Dressers, Sidecars, Servicars, Military, Police. German Wall of Death Shows inside the building! Upstairs is the Indian Room with an Indian timeline. More Indians than you can shake a stick at. Then on the other side of the upstairs is the Chopper and Custom section with vintage choppers mixed in with Arlen Ness and Ed Roth examples. Lot's of memorabilia and movie posters. Rounding out the first floor is the A.M.C.A. Fast From The Past Exhibit overseen by Doc Patt in his portrait along side the Experimental Indian Torque 4. If you can't find something you love there, you better hang up your leathers. Brian Riegel A.M.C.A. #815.