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OT: Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum - Columbus

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by smoking357, Aug 13, 2010.

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  1. smoking357

    smoking357 TS Member

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    Anyone been here? Worth the $10?
     
  2. jwells

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    i am sure its nice. if you want to see a museum where the owner will start any bike in the house and ride it, go to the wheels thru time museum in maggie valley, north carolina. the guy has some beauties there
     
  3. Hauxfan

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    I hear they are moving that to Sparta too.............lol

    Hauxfan!
     
  4. Neil Winston

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    The biggest disappointment of my life! I thought they would have some neet crotch-rockets and stuff from Orange County choppers and maybe some videos of cool guys doing wheelies against the traffic on freeways but all it was was Mark's 87, Dick's Daytona-winning CB750 (which had the ugliest magnesium cases I've ever seen) a couple of Mert's 7's, some junk called Gold Stars. The spotlight personality was some old guy named Mann or something - what's an Ossa anyway? And what's cool about a G50 dirt-tracker? - and half the visitors must have been over 50 and looked like they were in a church or something. _They_ should have been in a museum HAHAHA! Gacksville all the way, man! Save your $10 for some neet download from Pixar you can watch on your iphone!

    Neil, 46R
     
  5. biff

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    Neil,Whatca trying to do, hog all the viewing of a very colorful pageant from the 60's dirt track days.....Troy, Springfield, Columbus, Black Bart, Ronnie Rall, George Roeder, Gary Nixon, and yes the Man....Dick Man! Whatsa matter, didn't you hear the bellow of those old KR's? Where'se it at? I want to go see it! I'm still kicking myself for not buying that CRTT Road Racer!!!! Biff 129F Novice class
     
  6. Big Heap

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    If HoF's are popular in backwaters like Columbus you never know where the Trap HoF would be an attraction. Maybe we could pair with Blogo (if he isn't in the slammer) and offer twofers on the site of the old Lincoln Park trapgrounds.
     
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    Great post, Neil!
     
  8. davidjayuden

    davidjayuden Well-Known Member

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    You're a hoot.
    dju

    The biggest disappointment of my life! I thought they would have some neet crotch-rockets and stuff from Orange County choppers and maybe some videos of cool guys doing wheelies against the traffic on freeways but all it was was Mark's 87, Dick's Daytona-winning CB750 (which had the ugliest magnesium cases I've ever seen) a couple of Mert's 7's, some junk called Gold Stars. The spotlight personality was some old guy named Mann or something - what's an Ossa anyway? And what's cool about a G50 dirt-tracker? - and half the visitors must have been over 50 and looked like they were in a church or something. _They_ should have been in a museum HAHAHA! Gacksville all the way, man! Save your $10 for some neet download from Pixar you can watch on your iphone!

    Neil, 46R
     
  9. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    Neil, that was priceless. Now I have to go to Ohio and see it.

    Seeing them in person was better. Put some Blendzall on the stove.

    HM
     
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