Here at Bahoukas we’ve discovered some interesting and exciting items. In this post, we’ll share a number of pieces that may be of interest to anyone who loves motorcycles. You know who you are.

Pre-1930s Willson Goggles

pre-1930s Willson goggles with metal case
pre-1930s Willson Goggles with metal case

This pair of Willson Goggles is in brand new condition and nestled in a metal case. They are pre-1930s. The photo below shows the printed piece inside the case.

info inside case of Willson Goggles - pre-1930s

If you want to learn more about Willson Goggles, check out their website at Goggleworks. And YES, you can visit their museum and art studios. All of this is located in Reading, PA. WOW! The things we learn.

ADVERTISING related to motorcycles

motorcycle advertising from 50s and 60s
Advertising for Buco helmets, BSA motorcycles, and Triumph Motorcycles from the 1950s

Ephemera collections can include advertising brochures for those who collect all things motorcycles. You’ll want to see some of the items we acquired.

1963 BMW News - motorcycle
BMW News brochure – 1963 – for motorcycles

Do you remember the Indian Motorcycle?

from Indian Motorcycle

Spirit Lake Experience Center and Factory Tour

For a more immersive view of Indian Motorcycle, visit the Indian Motorcycle Experience Center, attached to the Indian Motorcycle factory in Spirit Lake, Iowa. The center showcases current and historic Indian motorcycles, displays vintage artifacts and memorabilia, and offers visitors the opportunity to purchase exclusive factory merchandise. Visitors are also able to view a short video tour of the manufacturing facility during times when guided tours are unavailable. Guests are welcome to visit the Indian Motorcycle Experience Center anytime Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00am and 3:00pm(CST) with the exception of holidays.

from Indian Motorcycle
Indian Motorcycle Brochure - 1950s?
Indian Motorcycle Brochure – 1950s?
Paul Goldsmith on the Souvenir Program of the National Championship of the AMA Motorcycle Races

Who is Paul Goldsmith?

Paul Goldsmith is a former USAC and NASCAR driver. He is an inductee of the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America, and the USAC Hall of Fame. Later in life Goldsmith became a pilot and, flying primarily a Cessna 421, transported engines and parts to and from races. 

from Wikipedia

Stop by and take a peek at these amazing collectibles related to motorcycling. Yep, we’re here and we’re watchin’ for ya!

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