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The Heritage Club Program


Heritage Clubs

2006 Top Donor Club
The Colorado 500
Top Donor Club Per Member

Tread Not Motorcycle Club

2005 Top Donor Club
Greater Atlanta British MC Association
Top Donor Club Per Member
AMA District 10

2004 Top Donor Club
Mon Valley HOG Chapter
Top Donor Club Per Member
Buckeye Beemers

2003 Top Donor Club
St. Louis Motorcycle Club
Top Donor Club Per Member
Buckeye Beemers

2002 Top Donor Club
Gateway HOG Chapter
Top Donor Club Per Member
Buckeye Beemers

2001 Top Donor Club
Gateway HOG Chapter
Top Donor Club Per Member
Gateway HOG Chapter

2000 Top Donor Club
Gateway HOG Chapter
Top Donor Club Per Member
Indianapolis BMW Club


Recognizing clubs that support the Museum's mission of preserving motorcycling's heritage

Hertiage club pic 

Motorcycle groups and clubs have given a lot of support to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum over the years. Now it's time to give something back. The Museum is pleased to announce a program that recognizes the support from these motorcycling groups and clubs with its Heritage Club program.

When your club becomes a Heritage Club, you will receive a beautiful laser-engraved walnut plaque for display in your clubhouse. A matching plaque will also be added to the Founders Hall in the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum.

The top Heritage Clubs will also be honored with two special awards. The Top Donor Club Award is given to the club with the largest overall contribution each calendar year, while the Top Donor Club Award Per Member is bestowed upon the club with largest overall contribution each calendar year based on the club's membership level.

The Heritage Club Program is open to any group that is organized and publicly recognized as a motorcycle club—AMA-chartered clubs and district organizations, and HOG, AMCA, GWRRA and ABATE chapters.

Perhaps the easiest way to make a donation and become a Heritage Club is to designate a portion of another fundraising event to the Museum. What better way is there to improve the image of motorcycling than to support the charitable organization whose primary mission it is to preserve, improve and promote the image of our community?

Contact the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum at (614) 856-2222 or send an e-mail to our Resource Development Director for more info on how your club can be recognized for preserving our motorcycling history. When you call, also ask for the Heritage Club Program brochure. The brochure will provide you with the information your organization needs to save our heritage for future generations.