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Inside the Museum you'll be amazed at what Bill has collected1 “Visit Bill's Old Bike Barn. An experience you'll never forget2 Vintage motorcycles galore inside Bill's Old Bike Barn3 Don't forget to visit Billville while inside the museum4 It's an experience the WHOLE family will enjoy!5
20TH ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND

Bill’s Old Bike Barn will be hosting a special weekend event to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the museum. It will be held June 29, 30 & July 1. General admission to the big event is $15 which includes entrance to the museum plus admission to Rhett Rotten’s “Wall of Death” motorcycle stunt show. See Rhett as he “braves the boards” on his 1927 Indian Scout and 1957 Harley Hummer in the vintage “vertical racetrack”, built circa 1938. Guests can enjoy a self-guided tour of the museum at their leisure while stunt shows will be held throughout each day.  Bill Morris founded Bill’s Old Bike Barn in 1998, however his original business, Bill's Custom Cycles has been around for more than 48 years. As part of the weekend celebration, for the first time ever, Bill will be opening his parts warehouse for VIP Warehouse "Pickers” at a cost of $50 per ticket. Guests will be able to pick and purchase parts (Cash & Carry -- ATM on Premises) and will receive a $10 rebate on the cost of the ticket with a minimum purchase of $10. The ticket also includes a 20th Anniversary Weekend event t-shirt plus admission to the museum and Wall of Death motorcycle thrill show.

Bill’s Old Bike Barn will be hosting a special weekend event to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the museum. It will be held June 29, 30 & July 1. General admission to the big event is $15 which includes entrance to the museum plus admission to Rhett Rotten’s “Wall of Death” motorcycle stunt show. See Rhett as he “braves the boards” on his 1927 Indian Scout and 1957 Harley Hummer in the vintage “vertical racetrack”, built circa 1938. Guests can enjoy a self-guided tour of the museum at their leisure while stunt shows will be held throughout each day.

Bill Morris founded Bill’s Old Bike Barn in 1998, however his original business, Bill's Custom Cycles has been around for more than 48 years. As part of the weekend celebration, for the first time ever, Bill will be opening his parts warehouse for VIP Warehouse "Pickers” at a cost of $50 per ticket. Guests will be able to pick and purchase parts (Cash & Carry -- ATM on Premises) and will receive a $10 rebate on the cost of the ticket with a minimum purchase of $10. The ticket also includes a 20th Anniversary Weekend event t-shirt plus admission to the museum and Wall of Death motorcycle thrill show.
 
Welcome to Bill's Old Bike Barn



Nestled in a wooded grove behind his shop of 40 plus years Bill Morris started to fulfill his life long dream. Bill's Old Bike Barn was born. More than seventeen years later we have over 100 amazing vintage motorcycles and more than 50,000 square feet dripping with some of the most extraordinary antiques from all around the world.

The 1939 German Kattenkrad, 1913 Harley Silent Grey Fellow, 1914 Triumph have taken their place along with vintage European carousel horses and pristine Moto Guzzi's and our latest acquisition the 1909 Peugot.

Bill collects the 1939 New York Worlds Fair memorabilia which is housed in the Streets Of Billville our little village constructed inside the building, complete with mock mansion, smoke shop, music store and our 1939 New York Worlds Fair Bar. From military displays, vintage riding clothing, thousands upon thousands of posters and memorabilia, from John Wayne to John Deere and everything in between. There is something for any enthusiast at Bill's Old Bike Barn.