Here's the last set of pics from my trip to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum in Ohio...
If you think this is a root beer Biltwell helmet, guess again. It belonged to a flat track racer in the 1950s.
1959 Harley KR750. The paint is cool.
You're allowed to touch and even sit on (or in) this Duo Glide with sidecar.
I don't know much about this very strange looking bike other than it's a Velocette.
A rare (less than 50 made) Vetter Winged Wheels of America fairing from 1997.
A Whizzer motorbike:
A very cool Indian:
To finish it off, here's a Sportster that's not from the XR family. Check out this awesome 1968 XLH Chopper.
Overall, I had a good time and would recommend checking it out if you're in the area. It was cool to see a lot of old purpose-built race bikes and I was pleasantly surprised to see a nice representation of Harleys.