Admire the World's Sexiest and Raciest Motorbike
Motorcycle enthusiast Mark Lane turned his passion for collecting motorcycles into a full time career when he opened the DREAMCYCLE Motorcycle Museum in the summer of 2012. The museum traces the history of motorbikes displaying bikes from 1924 to 2002. Mark chooses bikes based on their historical significance and rarity
This 1996 Screaming Eagle Harley Davidson is a one of a kind
This 1973 Suzuki GT 550 only has 3.8 miles on it
The Ducati 916 is nicknamed "Sex on Wheels"
For example, he has a one of a kind 1996 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle made to showcase their performance parts. It is on loan to him from Fairview College where all of the Harley-Davidson motorcycle mechanics are trained.
Each bike has a story such as the green 1973 Suzuki GT 550 that was purchase new by a man who had never ridden a bike. It was delivered to his house and after reading the owner’s manual, he took it for a spin around the block, scared the crap out of himself and parked it in his garage. After the man passed away, the bike made its way to the motorcycle museum in pristine condition with only 3.8 original miles on it.
On your way out, don’t forget to admire the bike nicknamed “Sex on Wheels” Making its debut in 1994, the Ducati 916, designed by Massimo Tamburini and Sergio Robbiano and his team at the Cagiva Research Centre in San Marinowas admired because of its new design and outstanding technical features.
HOW TO GET THERE – From Kamloops, drive past Sorrento on the Trans Canada Highway towards Salmon Arm until you see the Motorcycle Museum on the right hand side of the road. The address is 3096 Trans Canada Hwy, Sorrento, BC.