Where: Wheels Through Time MuseumJune 11th: The Wheels Through Time Museum has announced their new and upcoming exhibit "Motoring the Blue Ridge", in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of one of America’s most scenic byways — the Blue Ridge Parkway. Started in 1935, the BRP has continued to draw tens of millions of visitors from around the world for now three-quarters of a century. The exhibit will showcase countless aspects of Parkway history, from construction to its role as one of America’s largest tourism destinations and most scenic drives. Date: Friday, June 11, 2010
When: 9a.m. – 9p.m.
Where: Wheels Through Time MuseumJuly 25th – 27th: Visit the museum on Saturday, June 26, 2010 for the TrikeTalk.com International Trike Forum group visits to Wheels Through Time. It’ll be their first visit as a group, and you can expect dozens and dozens of great three-wheel machines both new and old. The museum will have many of its historical 3-wheel machines on display, including the newest addition to the collection — an original 1916 Harley-Davidson with sidecar…..that you drive from the sidecar!Date: Saturday, June 25-27, 2010
When: 9a.m. – 5p.m.
Where: Wheels Through Time MuseumJuly 23rd – 25th: Wheels Through Time is hosting the 2010 Trooper Island Gypsy Tour! Developed by the Kentucky State Police as part of a long range program of public service to the youth of Kentucky, the Trooper Island Summer Camp is a place where the tensions and turmoil of our everyday lives can be forgotten, and for one week, young people can be given a touch of hope and desire for a better tomorrow. This year’s ride will begin at the KY State Police Post in Harlan, KY and will follow the scenic roads of Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee into the mountains of North Carolina, ending at the Wheels Through Time Museum. Come out and show your support for the Trooper Island Summer Campers and help make this years Gypsy Tour one that they’ll never forget.Date: July 23-25, 2010
Where: Wheels Through Time MuseumWheels Through Time is located at 62 Vintage Lane in Maggie Valley, NC, thirty miles west of Asheville, NC