The Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, is the largest museum in the USA with the largest collection of vehicles in the Americas.
5 plants, about 24,000 meters of exhibition, more than 1,100 motorcycles and more than 140 brands. Located in the city of Birminghan in the state of Alabama, the museum is dedicated to the preservation, interpretation, exhibition and history of motorcycles, classic vehicles and motor vehicles.
Within that great exhibition, it is worth highlighting a pair of motorcycles that the team Michael Jordan had in 2004. Two Suzuki GSX-R 1000 2004 specially decorated to compete in the American Championship of Superbikes, the AMA (American Motorcycly Association). The star of the sport, Michael Jordan, is an enthusiast of motorcycling. In 2004 he created his own team to compete in the AMA. The number 43 motorcycle was piloted by Jason Pridmore in the Superstock class.
Two different models in decoration and very far from what currently pilots in the team Michael Jordan (although there was already a replica of this that gave much to talk). To highlight the curiosity of the tanks, where the graphics are more than attractive. The graphic of the tank of this motorcycle represents the personal history of Michael Jordan and the end of the fairing is the 20th anniversary of the Nike brand, very committed always with this athlete.
The monkeys matching the bikes are really an exceptional job, the sleeves with the same details of the tanks, they have a good job.
I would not mind getting a little trip to see that museum, it must be impressive. I will look for more information to see if I find any Suzuki GSX-R more lost among so many motorcycles.