Starting 17 of the Rarest Bikes for 17 Years!
Dale’s Wheels Through Time Museum is no stranger to rarity. The collection of motorcycles, automobiles, and machines, started over 52 years ago by Dale Walksler, contains some of the rarest …
Dale’s Wheels Through Time Museum is celebrating 17 years of preserving and promoting American motorcycle history in Maggie Valley, NC the week of July 4-9. The weekend celebration will be…
The American Motor Drome Company (AMDC) will be performing their Wall of Death show at Dale’s Wheels Through Time Museum May 23-27, 2019. Touted as “America’s original extreme motorcycle show,” The Wall of Death is a vintage…
The American Motorcycle Club of America, Legends Chapter, has announced that Dale Walksler, founder and curator of Dale’s Wheels Through Time Museum has been chosen as the recipient of their 2019 “Legends Award.”
Founded in 2016, the Legends Chapter, based in South Carolina, is committed to the love and collection of antique motorcycles. The “Legends Award” was developed to be given away each year to a different person or organization as a way to honor those who have made significant impacts on motorcycle history.
Wheels Through Time, “The Museum That Runs,” has announced that they are updating their name in honor and recognition of museum founder and curator, Dale Walksler. The new name will be, “Dale’s Wheels Through Time Museum.”
The 2019 annual raffle grand prize, the beautiful 1936 Knucklehead Hot-Rod Bobber, went to John Pierrard of Asheboro, NC.
Dale’s Wheels Through Time Museum announced this week that Mike and Bev Corbin of Corbin Saddles have donated a life-sized sculpture of famed motorcycle racer “Smokey Joe” Petrali to the museum’s collection.
The American Motorcycle Association Motorcycle Hall of Fame announced this week that they will add five new inductees at their annual ceremony on December 6 in Columbus, Ohio.
Included in the Class of 2019 is