Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum

Historic Route 66 is home to world-famous destinations and lesser-known gems like the Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum. For nearly 12 years, this roadside attraction has captured enthusiasts’ passion and motorcycle history.

1920’s Gas Station turned Museum 

The museum is housed in a former gas station built in the late 20s by John Seaba. Both the original building and its namesake have remained unchanged since its conception. The iconic structure is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

The museum houses over 125 vintage and classic motorcycles, as well as road racing, off-road, and meticulously restored antique cycles. Interesting finds include a 1972 Jawa Golden Sport and 1979 Triumph on display – still in their original dealer delivery crates. The museum also displays a ‘Hydra’ bike custom built and featured in the movie Captain America

The founders and owners of the museum, Gerald Tims and Jerry Ries, put together their collection of motorcycles to provide a space for tourists, enthusiasts and locals to meet up and enjoy. The two have a lifelong interest in all types of motorcycles, so when the opportunity arose to put their collection together in a museum, they were excited to share their bikes with visitors. “This place brings back a lot of memories for people. They’ll come in and see a bike they first rode. Something clicks with them,” Jerry explains. 

Seaba Station Events

In May and October, the museum takes advantage of its two-acre grounds to host a ‘Swap Meet’. The event brings in over 50 vendors who have motorcycle parts, gear and motorcycles for sale. The swap meets are open to the public and welcome over a thousand people, with some traveling from all over America. Eight motorcycles in the museum found their new home as exhibits at Seaba Station from the swap meets. 

Seaba Station is happy to serve as a destination for a weekend ride, a place for car groups to meet, or a poker run for motorcycles and automotive clubs. There is no admission fee for visiting the museum, but donations are welcome. This roadside gem is a special place to a lot of people. Visitors are often transported back to a time of owning or riding their first motorcycle. To others, it’s simply another amazing stop on their Route 66 journey. If you haven’t visited, Jerry and Gerald invite you to stop by and kick some tires (don’t kick the tires).  

To learn more, visit The museum is located at 336992 East, OK-66, Warwick, OK.

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