Motorcyclepedia is a motorcycle museum containing over 450 mostly American motorcycles, mainly from the first half of the 20th century, with a special emphasis on Indian motorcycles, including a model from every year of the original Indian brand on display, covering 1901 to 1953. The non-profit museum was opened by Gerald A. Doering and his son Ted Doering on April 16, 2011 at 250 Lake Street, in Newburgh, New York. Housed on two floors of the old Miron building, it is divided into galleries dedicated to motorcycles and memorabilia from the time periods represented; including an 1897 De Dion-Bouton trike, a 1901 Thomas, and the marques Reading Standard, Yale, Pope, Thor, and many others.
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