New Exhibit For Motorcycle Hall Of Fame Museum - Honoring Malcolm Smith

Industry legend Malcolm Smith, will be honored by the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum in Pickerington, Ohio

New exhibit for Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum
Hall of Legends
A gathering of friends, family and fansJune 7, 2007

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Our good friend and industry legend, Malcolm Smith, will be honored by the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum in Pickerington, Ohio with an exhibit in the Hall of Legends on July 26, 2007. This exhibit will run for 11 months and will present a complete history of Malcolm's life both personal and racing. Pretty interesting guy!

On June 7, 2007 we are hosting a gathering of family, friends and fans to raise money for expenses relating to the exhibit and to celebrate Malcolm's rather illustrious career. On hand will be many of our industry greats including (invited) Bruce Brown of "On Any Sunday" movie fame which made Malcolm famous and many of the movie's stars including the great Mert Lawwill.

This will be the only West Coast viewing of the exhibit and your only chance to see it unless you travel to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum in Ohio. Don't miss out on this historic evening!

Emcee's will be Tom White of the Early Years of MX Museum and media guy Larry Langley along with our guest auctioneer, world famous announcer Larry Huffman.

To be auctioned off: A autographed giclee of an original painting of Malcolm Smith by David Burk, an international acclaimed artist from England. An example of David's work was the painting he donated to the 2005 On Any Sunday Reunion. We may be able to talk David out of a copy or two of this great painting.Other items include 2006 ISDE videos, On Any Sunday Reunion autographed posters/t-shirts and many, many more items including a Jeremy McGrath autographed Bell Moto-8 Helmet.

Tickets are just $10 per person and can be purchased in advanced or at the door (includes dinner).