Buddy Stubbs Motorcycle Museum
After a successful career as a Harley® racing legend and Hollywood stuntman, Buddy Stubbs opened the first Harley-Davidson® dealership in Phoenix in 1966. The dealership became the home of his extensive collection of vintage motorcycles, and the Historic Motorcycle Museum was born.
The collection spans the history of Harley-Davidson® and also features rare models from AJS, BMW, BSA, Triumph®, Zundapp, Indian Motorcycle®, and more.
From the earliest examples of street bikes to racing bikes from the ’30s, ’40s, and ’50s, the museum’s collection is the largest in the Southwest. Along with Harley-Davidson® bikes dating as far back as the original 1903 model, the museum also features a large selection of Triumph bikes spanning several decades. It’s an excellent collection showcasing the development of touring bikes in Europe during the period when Harley-Davidson® ruled America.
If you’re in Phoenix, make sure to check out the Buddy Stubbs Historic Motorcycle Museum. It’s the perfect place to bring the kids and spend the day learning about the history of two-wheeled transportation!
13850 N Cave Creek Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85022
Buddy Stubbs Motorcycle Museum Admission:
Buddy Stubbs Motorcycle Museum Hours:
Monday – Saturday 11 am – 5 pm
Sunday 11 am – 4 pm
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