Harley Museum of NSW closes for good

It’s a sad day when any much-loved museum closes its doors and none more so than the unofficial Harley-Davidson Museum of NSW, located in the Capertee Valley at Kandos.

A once perfect layover for guys and gals on their way through to Mudgee and beyond, the little museum and shop held an impressive display of H-Ds and memorabilia from 1910 through to the 1970s.

“Well it’s a real sad time for Vicki and I as we have closed the museum for good,” said Ken on the Facebook page, “I had to close for a while when I wrecked my leg a couple of years ago and recently changed to open by appointment only. Since then I have realised it is time I stopped working seven days a week and spent more doing what I want spending time with family and getting out riding more often.”

Road Rider wishes Ken and Vicki all the best and thanks them for entertaining thousands of bikers over the years. Good luck with the fishing mate!