New England Motorcycle Museum

New England Motorcycle Museum New England Motorcycle Museum in Rockville, CT. Located in the historic Hockanun Mill.

BUILDING #3, THE LARGEST BUILDING ON SITE WILL OFFICIALLY OPEN IN LATE 2017, IT WILL HOUSE MOTORCYCLES AND MEMORABILIA FROM AROUND THE WORLD! KEEP UP TO DATE BY FOLLOWING US HERE ON FACEBOOK! MORE UPDATES COMING VERY SOON! The New England Motorcycle Museum was founded in 2013 by people who love motorcycling. Engineers, racers, bike builders, tuners and others as far back as the late 1800ʹ′s crafted the framework for what motorcycling has become. The New England Motorcycle Museum’s goal is to preserve and present their passion, through a unique world class exhibit built from a fine collection of motorcycles and historical objects from around the world. The Museum is one of the largest Brownfield projects in the State known as the Restoration of the Hockanum Mill. Ken Kaplan is leading the initiative with a team of 28 full time employees on sight. When finished, this project will be one of the largest attractions in New England. For more info call Ken Kaplan (860) 916-9784 or Kenny Kaplan Jr. (860) 471-0192

Mission: The New England Motorcycle Museum’s goal is to preserve and present their passion, through a unique world class exhibit built from a fine collection of motorcycles and historical objects from around the world.

WE NEED 100 BIKES A MONTH FOR RESALE! CALL KEN NOW TODAY WITH YOUR LIST
01/18/2020

WE NEED 100 BIKES A MONTH FOR RESALE! CALL KEN NOW TODAY WITH YOUR LIST

New England Motorcycle Museum
01/16/2020
New England Motorcycle Museum

New England Motorcycle Museum

***MOTORCYCLES WANTED***
ALL MAKES, MODELS AND CONDITIONS, DIRT OR STREET, ON AND OFF ROAD MODELS OF ALL SIZES AND YEARS.
ONE BIKE UP TO COMPLETE BARN LOADS!
PARTS, ACCESSORIES, MEMORABILIA, VINTAGE EQUIPMENT, SIGNS, BIKE SHOP TOOLS, AND MOTORCYCLE TRAILERS!

WILL PICK UP AT YOUR PLACE, COLLECTIONS WANTED TEXT OR CALL KEN SR 860 916 9784
01/15/2020

WILL PICK UP AT YOUR PLACE, COLLECTIONS WANTED TEXT OR CALL KEN SR 860 916 9784

100 Years Ago Inside the Indian Factory 1918 | The Vintagent
01/10/2020
100 Years Ago Inside the Indian Factory 1918 | The Vintagent

100 Years Ago Inside the Indian Factory 1918 | The Vintagent

The USA was a very different place before joining World War 1 in 1917; it was pacifist, with a tiny military! These photos of the Indian factory in 1918 show the industrialbeginning of a change towards global militarism.

Rockville  Volunteer  Services
01/07/2020

Rockville Volunteer Services

01/03/2020
UNREEL

UNREEL

Think you go fast?

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Laconia Motorcycle Week Rally
01/03/2020

Laconia Motorcycle Week Rally

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01/03/2020
Why We Ride

Why We Ride

The Fastest 3 year old on Wheels #throwbackthursday #whyweride #startemyoung

Top 60 Motorcycle Youtube Channels | Motorcycle Youtubers
01/01/2020
Top 60 Motorcycle Youtube Channels | Motorcycle Youtubers

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New England Motorcycle Museum
12/13/2019

New England Motorcycle Museum

Today's' finished project; a Gorgeous 1976 Honda Elsinore CR125

12/11/2019
Vintage Scrambles - Grandstand

Vintage Scrambles - Grandstand

1960's classic scramble / motocross event. murry walker comentry. jeff smith dave bickers lampkin and rickman racing greeves bsa triumph 500 250 and 440 mach...

Address

200 W Main St
Rockville, CT
06066

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 15:30
Sunday 10:00 - 15:30

Telephone

(860) 454-7024

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Our Story

We purchased the 200 year old Hockanum Mill brownfield site in 2013 with a vision to rejuvenate this historic location and create one of the largest Motorcycle Museum in the United States. The 11 acre lot holds 10 buildings totaling over 150,000 square feet of indoor space; It had shared a similar fate to the other textile mills of New England; Abandonment & deterioration.

In 2018, the first phase of the site's resurrection will be completed-- the New England Motorcycle Museum. Visitors will find a world class exhibit with a diverse collection of over 100 vintage motorcycles & memorabilia, a motorcycle library, and the beautifully restored Hockanum Mill. Later additions will include a restaurant & bar, microbrewery, and courtyard.

In the following years, we will begin rehabilitating the remaining historic buildings that will hold more museum exhibits and other activities for visitors. Our goal is to make Rockville, Connecticut a world class destination for motorcyclists & tourists. We are so excited to share this journey with you all.

For more info call Ken Kaplan (860) 916-9784 or Kenny Kaplan Jr. (860) 471-0192

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Comments

I just heard you have a great replica I coming to see it I cant wait.
Please Post. Stolen Motorcycle Alert: Auburn, Mass.
are you open today? 2/16/ 2020?
DATE FOR 2020 EVENT/ 2ND ANNUAL EVENT WILL BE JULY 25TH FROM 2:00 P.M. TILL 8:00 P.M. MORE INFO TO FOLLOW AS WE GET CLOSER TO THE DATE
Jean-Luc just wants to thank Ken and the crew for a great time at the New England Motorcycle Museum. P.S please let Moses know that this is Jean -Luc's favorite motorcycle.....
RIP Bobby Field 😢
Love the YouTube videos and the excellent motorcycle restorations
Brraapppp !!