Seaba Station Cold Butt Ride

Seaba Station Motorycle Museum in Warwick, Oklahoma is hosting their annual Cold Butt Motorcycle Ride to the museum on January 1, 2018. Plan to arrive at the museum at noon. The museum will be doing a raffle for a motorcycle, with the drawing being held at 1 pm. Yea, it might be cold, but layer up, turn on the heated vest, load up the kids in the truck and come out to the museum to see all the cool motorcycles and meet long-time friends.

There are dozens of cool old motorcycles to see, with an emphasis on old motocross, flat track and dirt bikes. Visitors from across the world stop by to see this eclectic collection of two-wheeled magic and the January 1 is a great way to start of the year with a ride to the museum to hang out with fellow motorcycle enthusiasts and see some old iron.

Every heard of a RUPP motorcycle? Me either. It has a SACHS engine and looks like a nice ride. Nobody knows because it has never been started.
Seaba Station co-owner and founder Gerald Tims (right) chats with John Vale from London who stopped while passing through on a ride across the US on Route 66
A 1941 DKW motorcycle – forerunner to modern day motocross bikes – is on display at the museum.

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