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Museum of Science & History Unveils Vintage Motorcycle Exhibit

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

If you are a motorcycle lover, you have one month to check out the coolest vintage motorcycle exhibit to hit the Coastal Bend.

The Live to Ride exhibit was unveiled at the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History Friday, showing off several vintage motorcycles. The exhibit tells the unique story of each bike and their riders, all through photographs and videos.

"He got 17 vintage bikes this year, and we have acquired them from a number of different people," said Jordan Greer of the Museum of Science and History. "we involved Harley Davidson, Dynamo Bikes; we have some individual collectors such as Howard "Shotgun" Winchester and a couple of others that have brought in pieces of their personal collections."

The exhibit will run beginning Friday until the last day of October.

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