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"Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles" exhibit revs up

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The "Batgirl" motorcycle ridden by actress Alicia Silverstone in the 1997 film “Batman and Robin” on display in the "Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles" special exhibit.

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The "Robin" motorcycle ridden by actor Chris O’Donnell in the 1997 film “Batman and Robin” on display in the "Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles" special exhibit.

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A 1970 Harley-Davidson "Iron" XR750 on display in the "Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles" special exhibit. Harley-Davidson built only 120 of these single purpose bikes, which were sold only to flat-track racers.

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The 1948 Indian Scout that won the 1948 Dayota 200 race on display at the "Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles" special exhibit.

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Rob Zucca, left, and Chris Coulter, right, wheel in a 1928 Cleveland for installation in the "Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles" special exhibit.

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A picture shows detail of the Triumph Bonneville belonging to pop star Joe Jonas before installation in the "Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles" special exhibit.

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The Triumph Bonneville belonging to pop star Joe Jonas installed in the "Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles" special exhibit.

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The Iowa state police hoverbike from the 2009 movie "Star Trek" sitting on a dolly before installation in the "Born to be Wild: Vintage and Celebrity Motorcycles" special exhibit.

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