SPECIAL EVENT! BIKES & BURGERS NIGHT AT TOM WHITE’S “EARLY YEARS OF MOTOCROSS MUSEUM”

You haven’t lived until you’ve been to the late Tom White’s “Early Years of Motocross Museum,” and with many riders coming to SoCal for the Dubya USA World Vet Motocross Championship at Glen Helen that weekend, the White family decided to open the museum on Wednesday, October 30, 2019, for motocross fans and vintage enthusiasts. It should be noted that the number of people who can be accommodated for the “Bikes and Burgers” night is limited.

Tom has over 150 vintage bikes in his collection, including some of the rarest motocross bikes ever made.

If you want to go you must email your name and how many are in your party to [email protected]. You will have to have your name on the list to gain admission to Tom’s private museum. It is only open for rare special events — and since Tom was the founder of the World Vet Championship — this is a very special time for the White clan. If you among the first 100 they will send you an official invitation and a map of how to get there (yes, it is that secret).

Tom White passed away just before the 2017 World Vet Championship and was honored by Glen Helen with a special place on the Walk of Fame before his untimely passing (below).

1980 AMA 500 Nationals Champion Chuck Sun stopped by to pose next to Tom’s place of honor at Glen Helen.

Tom and the family greeting guests to Tom’s 6500 square-foot museum.

You name it and Tom collected it. His museum has everything from a Ammex to a Lito to a Monark to a Matchless to a twin-cylinder Husqvarna 500.

TOM WHITE TRIBUTE VIDEO NARRATED BY LARRY HUFFMAN

 

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