10:00am – 5:00pm – See The Rare Machines At WTT Come To Life
Thursday through Monday from 10:00am – 5:00pm, you can see some of the rare relics at Dale’s Wheels Through Time come to life. Don’t miss this opportunity to see and hear some of the rarest motorcycles in the world roar and rumble through out the museum that runs.
–November 14th –
Dale's 2020 Wheels Through Time Raffle
Our 2020 Wheels Through Time Raffle Bike is this beautiful 1939 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead hand-built by the team in the Wheels Through Time restoration shop. This year’s masterpiece is powered by an all original 1939 61c.i. OHV Knucklehead engine mated to a genuine H-D 4-speed transmission, making it one of smoothest running motorcycles ever built by the Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Finished in classic black with ivory panels, the bike has been accurately restored to showroom condition and is ready for the road. Pre-war Harley-Davidsons are among the most desirable motorcycles in the world and have become nearly unobtainable in today’s collector market. Now is your chance to take home an iconic piece of American motorcycle history! We collaborated with many of the industry’s top vendors and artists for the build of our 2020 raffle bike, and next November she’ll be given away to one lucky winner.
The raffle takes place in front of a live audience on Saturday, Nov 14th, 2020 at the Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, NC. Second prize is $10k, and 3rd prize is $5k — you do not have to be present to win.
2021 Opening Day
“New Horsepower, More History at Wheels Through Time!”
Join us on April 1st, 2021 for the first day of our 2021 operating season.
During the off season, the museum staff stays busy adding to and improving each of the exhibits at the Wheels Through Time. Dale, Matt and crew also spend several hours a day rebuilding and restoring motorcycles that will be going on display during the 2021 Season. We have some great new rare bikes for you to check out this year as well as new products in our gift shop. Come on out and help us kick off the 2021 season and see if you can spot the new additions to the museum!