The St. Francis Motorcycle Museum houses more than 115 vintage motorcycles from more than 40 manufacturers including ACE, Cleveland, Jefferson, Emblem, Excelsior, Flanders, Harley-Davidson, Henderson, Indian, Marsh-Metz, Reading Standard, Pope, Thor, Yale, Feilbach Limited, Iver Johnson, and others.
The museum is pleased to exhibit one of only two known 1902 Orient motorcycles; the earliest manufacturer to use the term "motorcycle." We also house 30 motorcycles older than 1929 (several of which only five or less are known to exist.) The museum is a treasure of motorcycle history and memorabilia, and the collection is one of the finest to be found anywhere.
Open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. except Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas
By appointment - 785-332-2400
Adult supervision requested for children under 12
Entry fee/(suggested donation): $7
The St. Francis Motorcycle Museum will be open from 8 am until "closing" depending on traffic within the museum. Come visit our beautiful museum!
New bikes on display! Including:
1917 Henderson 4 cylinder
1913 Sears (Sears & Roebuck)
1914 Indian Twin Tourist Trophy Model (only 238 were made)
Several Top Fuel drag bikes
Registration for the "Show & Shine" will begin at 9 am and close at 1 pm. Registration is FREE--just sign up! Registration will be held at the St. Francis Motorcycle Museum. Cash prizes for the top three bikes--$100, $75, $50. Voting by public begins at 1 pm and closes at 3 pm. Make sure to vote for your favorite bike! Awards announced at the concert at approximately 5 pm.
Recorded and live music will be played throughout the day. FREE Adam Capps Band concert in the Sawhill Park Bandshell from 5 pm - 8 pm.
Cornhole tournament from 2 pm until ? in park.
Kids activities from 10am - 2 pm. by Cowgirl Creations.
Farmers Market in City Park from 9 am - 12 pm.
Many business will be open and having sidewalk sales.
Possible TOP FUEL bike burnout!
Several food vendors will be in attendance.
Beer Garden from 2 pm - ?