A one of a kind museum

Throttlestop has an extensive collection of vintage, rare, limited, and restored motorcycles that we have assembled into a collection for the viewing public. The Motorcycle Museum spans decades of motorcycle history from the 1940’s to today. Here you will find every brand of iconic motorcycle. Harley-Davidson, Indian, Triumph, BMW, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Ducati and more – they’re all here under our roof, and under our roof is the only place you’ll witness some of these marvelous motors with your own eyes!

Visit the Motorcycle Museum to see our 1940 Indian Scout Junior, converted to a “bobber” after World War II and emblazoned with the owner’s war time nose art. Take in a viewing of the incredibly rare and restored 1961 Triumph 3TA Twenty-One that Saratoga Concourse labeled “Best of Show.”

Cycle Museum at Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake, WI Cycle Museum at Throttlestop in Elkhart Lake, WI

Cycle of the Month

1980 Kawasaki
1980 Kawasaki


Kawasaki “Craig Vetter” Mystery Ship

Considering the incredible demand for these rare and collectible bikes today, it’s hard to believe the Mystery Ship could originally be had for just shy of $10,000 (with a list price of $9,995.00). When designer Craig Vetter created Mystery Ships, Inc., it was with the sole purpose of transforming the 1978 AMA Kawasaki Superbike, the Vetter Racing Team Championship bike, into a street-legal racer for speed junkies.

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