The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum is set conveniently in the central Ohio Columbus suburb of Pickerington, just off Interstate 70. The Museum is more than just a wide range of motorcycles on display, its goal is to tell the stories and history of motorcycling. By virtue of its connection with the AMA and that organization's history, the museum honors those who have contributed notably to our sport be it racers like Dick Mann, designers like Craig Vetter, or publishers like Floyd Clymer. These are some of the more than 200 motorcyclists who are enshrined into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame, one of the museum's main galleries. In addition to the Hall of Fame, the Museum has three major exhibition halls. Riding gear, photos, literature, sculpture, race-track reconstructions, dioramas, posters, awards, quality casework, graphics and more are used to tell the stories of motorcycling, bringing our heritage to life.