Cultural Center of Cape Cod Presents “Art on Two Wheels”

The Cultural Center of Cape Cod is one of the most engaging and accessible cultural organizations in the region. Its mission is to serve the entire Cape community and visitors to the area by offering instruction, entertainment, and exhibition in the visual, literary, and performing arts. As part of its fall 2019 schedule, the Cultural Center will offer Art on Two Wheels, an amazing retrospective exhibition of Harley-Davidson® classic motorcycles, plus galleries of related artwork, from the collection of David McGraw.

The exhibit features 42 rare and unusual bikes, including a 1915 K Board Tracker, 1927 Pea Shooter, 1927 Hill Climber, 1928 JDH, 1936 EL Knucklehead, 1949 Flat Tracker, 1950 Panhead, 1966 CRS Scrambler, 1967 XLRT Lance Weil, 1968 Drag Bike, 1970 XRTT 750 Daytona Roadracer, 1970 XLCH Land Speed Streamliner, a 2005 Destroyer Drag Bike, and many others. Check the dates below and get your tickets now!

Leather and Lace: A Special Event to Open Art on Two Wheels!
Friday, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m.: Join us for a first look at Art on Two Wheels, a major exhibit of a century of motorcycles and related artwork – including rare, vintage, and custom bikes, mostly Harley-Davidsons, all extraordinary – from the collection of David McGraw, who has worked for decades to acquire and restore iconic Harleys and other fine machines. The Cultural Center, a gorgeous, sprawling non-profit organization, will provide the perfect “canvas” for Art on Two Wheels. The evening will include live music by Jazz til Dawn, featuring the incredible vocalist Mozelle Andrulo, exquisite food prepared by Chef Joe Cizynski, fine wines and other beverages, including a signature cocktail, and the chance to spend quality time with the motorcycles. Tickets to Leather and Lace are $50. To make reservations, visit or call 508-394-7100.

Art on Two Wheels: A Century of Motorcycles and Related Artwork
From Sept. 21-Nov. 24, tickets to the extraordinary, once-in-a-lifetime exhibit itself are just $10 and are available in advance or at the door. This is going to be a landmark exhibit for the Cultural Center. We hope you’ll be part of it. To ensure each guest has a lifetime memory, the Cultural Center is selling tickets for individual dates and times, but tickets will still be available at the door.

“We’ve hosted hundreds of amazing exhibits since we opened in 2007,” said the Center’s Executive Director Robert Nash, “but this one will take the cake. We can’t wait to open our doors to people from all over the world who love motorcycles and see them as beautiful examples of ingenuity, artistic design, and America’s love of the open road.”

The Cultural Center of Cape Cod is located at 307 Old Main St., South Yarmouth. For more about the Center and Art on Two Wheels, please visit

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