National Packard Museum’s Annual Vintage Motorcycle Exhibition to Show Buell Bikes
For 22 years, the National Packard Museum has hosted their Annual Vintage Motorcycle Exhibition – and with 2022 on the horizon, they’ve just released that the brand to be featured is none other than Buel, via a beautiful 1987 RR1000.
The Business Journal Daily tells us that the bike is currently on loan from New Castle Harley Davidson. With the RR1000 being Erik Buell’s first entry into the sport bike market (and only 50 ever made), it’s a gorgeous representation of the brand – and it’ll be flanked with a nice array of other bikes, fulfilling “veteran, sport, on/off road, racing, military, and scooters and service bike [categories],” comments the report.
“Vintage accessories, gear and riding apparel will be exhibited alongside the motorcycles.”
“We are excited to display such a broad variety of motorcycles,” says Mary Ann Porinchak, executive director of the museum.
“Presenting six different categories enables us to display something special or unusual for everyone to appreciate, from long-time collectors and riders to casual admirers of motorcycles.”