The Timme Collection: Motorcycles & Ephemera

June 8 - September 15, 2019 - 3rd Floor Foyer

Walt Timme’s motorcycle dealership was a fixture in Downtown Pueblo for almost 65 years. In 1938 Timme and a friend each chipped in $200 and borrowed $1,000 more from the bank to open an Indian Motorcycle dealership on South Union Avenue. Timme maintained a collection of bikes including his favorite antique Indians. These and accompanying materials were donated to the Forney Museum of Transportation after his death in 2005 by the Walter and Lucille Timme Foundation. He belonged to the Antique Motorcycle Club of America, and he and his wife Lucille were inducted as a couple into a Motorcycle Hall of Fame.

During this exhibit, anyone who visits the Forney Museum of Transportation in Denver receives $2 off admission when they mention the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center.

Special events:
Sunday, August 11, 2019 | Community Day (admission to Luster is 1/2 price this day)

Also on display at the Arts Center (click an icon):

May 25 - August 25

May 18 - August 18

May 25 - September 1

June 1 - September 8

June 8 - September 29