Racing motorcyclesPlace to learn about it:
Kansas Motorcycle Museum in Marquette.
Museum hours: Open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Donations.
The Kansas Motorcycle
Museum is home to over
100 vintage and rare motorcycles of all various makes and models. It also has
numerous motorcycle racing memorabilia, photos, posters, and much, much more.
The museum was started in 2003 as a local tribute
own motorcycle racing legend and five-time national racing champion, "Stan
the Man" Engdahl. On display are over 600 trophies Stan won and his
legendary Harley Davidson custom-built racing motorcycle he rode during his
motorcycle racing career which spanned six decades from the 1940's to the
1990's. While Stan unfortunately passed away on November 12, 2007, His wife,
LaVona, continues to be curator for the museum.
Marquette hosts a bikers rally every May called the "Thunder on the Smoky". A Biker's Breakfast at the Valley Cafe the third Saturday of the month from April
Kansas Motorcycle Museum. Photo KSF