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. Our 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 wartime nose art. Or 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

1968 Vincent Shadow Recreation
1968 Vincent Shadow Recreation


Vincent Shadow Recreation

One look is all it takes to fall in love with the unique architecture of the 1968 Egli Vincent Black Shadow Recreation. This gorgeous motorcycle is produced by Vincent expert Patrick Godet, a French designer who was given sole license to produce frames by original designer Fritz Egli himself.

The story of the Egli Vincent Black Shadow began in 1967 when Swiss engineer and racer Fritz Egli teamed up with Vincent to create an updated bike frame worthy of the title “World’s Fastest Engine.” The result was a unique spectacle of style and speed pairing a curved design with 1300-1600cc engines that could rocket riders down the road at over 100 horsepower!

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