American motorcycle history

While riding through the Smokys we stopped at a motorcycle museum called Wheels Through Time on the advice of some solid sources (Brian and Jason). Coming from them I knew it would be worth it… and it was. This place was awesome! They have everything from cycles to old apparel, photos, dirt trackers, and board trackers. Everything was picture worthy but here are a few I really liked.

Devyn, thought you’d appreciate the Reading Pagodas MC jacket.

We talked to the owner who was pumped on our trip and appreciated we were doing it on our old CB’s. He even offered to let us set up camp there for the night.

2 responses to “American motorcycle history”

  1. Devyn says:

    Right on! I actually have a Pagoda MC patch I’ve been meaning to sew on.

  2. Kenny says:

    So amazing. Especially the pagoda vest, good stuff.

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