Bruce Rossmeyer’s Daytona Harley-Davidson announced that the original Beach Street location, located at 290 North Beach Street, will be temporarily closed as of today April 1, 2011 and that construction will immediately begin for The Original Bruce Rossmeyer’s Harley-Davidson Museum and Store in its place. The Beach Street location was the first Harley-Davidson® dealership in 1994 under the Bruce Rossmeyer name. Once the museum and store open it will serve as the very first museum in the company’s group. The museum and store will span across 20,000 square feet and will showcase a variety of displays, memorabilia, and items for purchase.
Guests can expect to see exclusive collections of motorcycles provided by private motorcycle enthusiasts and collectors from across Florida, including selections from Bruce Rossmeyer’s personal collection along with displays that depict historical moments in Harley-Davidson® history. The Store will offer visitors memorabilia, souvenirs and merchandise. Bruce Rossmeyer’s Harley-Davidson dealerships include the famed Bruce Rossmeyer’s Daytona Harley-Davidson located in Ormond Beach at Destination Daytona, the World’s Largest Harley-Davidson dealership, in addition to 7 other nation-wide locations. After Bruce Rossmeyer’s death in a 2009 motorcycle accident, his family shut down the Pompano Dealer after trying to sell it during one year and closed the Boca Raton clothing store. Bruce Rossmeyer’s Harley.