Motorcycle Museum - Dan Rouit Flat Track Racing Motorcycle Museum
Dan Rouit Flat Track Museum............
Welcome to the Dan Rouit Flat Track Motorcycle Museum
web site.The preservation and display of America's own
true racing motorcycle history is our goal.
Flat trackers, posters, programs, trophies, plaques, leathers, helmets
and pictures, are all displayed for the racing enthusiast.
309 West Rialto Ave
Clovis, California 93612-4331
Please call between 11 AM and 7 PM for hours open information.
559 291-2242 firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan and Kathy Rouit
Dan needs volunteers to help make the Open House Event run smoothly.
An hour of you time will be greatly appreciated. Set up, parking, food
service and clean up are areas that your help is needed. Please call Dan
and help the cause. 559 291-2242 between 11am and 7pm. Thank you
Dan Rouit Interview on You Tube
Rouit’s: A flat-track racing
museum without peer
By Lindsay Brooke
Early or interesting Steel Shoes.
Also want pre 1975 Race Programs, Posters and Flat Track Memorabilia.
Dan Rouit 559 291-2242 Please call between Noon and 7 PM Pacific time.
or contact Dan at email@example.com
Museum Construction Photos
Link to Photos
New at the Museum
1972 Rokon Automatic MDR (Mike Donahue Replica) - Number 2 of 4 protypes built. Preceded
production run of 46 machines. Powered by 335cc Sachs snowmobile engine – centrifugal clutch
and Salisbury drive. With factory magnesium snowflake wheels and disc brake.
From the Chris Roberts Collection - Massachusetts.
Restored by Poncho – Paint by Kevin Stephenson – Powercoat by CAPS
Photos of complete bike collection
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What #21, AMA Pro racer, Jared Mees, said about the Museum!
"I got in on Friday and my buddy Gene Cummings picked me up and we headed for Tulare. We actually went a little further north to the Flat Track Museum first. It was an awesome museum filled with older bikes, new bikes, helmets and it had a corner dedicated to Ricky Graham… it was just flat out awesome."
Map to Museum
T shirts at
Return to Vintage Flat Tracker site
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