The American Motorcyclist Association, of which I've been a member for many years, operates the museum.
(Consequently, I got in for free)
Unfortunately, they were undergoing a massive renovation, so most of the collection wasn't on display at the time of my visit.
Anyway, I took a few pictures of what was there...
Here's what it says on the placard:
Replica 1885 Daimler "Einspur"
The first known gasoline-powered cycle was designed and built by Gotlieb Daimler as a test-bed frame for a prototype automotive engine. It was first successfully operated in Germany on November 10, 1885.
This replica was constructed by Jim Carlson, Roy Behner and Ray Behner of New Brunswick, Ohio and was purchased for the Museum through donations from AMA members and staff in 1985.
(Old Harley-Davidson "panhead" DuoGlide)
(Really old Indian)
Those have nothing on my Harley...