Dubya Wheels’ Bikes & Burgers At The Early Years Of MX Museum

Tom White of White Brothers fame is the owner of the Early Years of Motocross Museum. White started the collection of bikes following the following a series of events, including the life changing incident of his son and the sale of the company that bared his name.

Hidden in the residential hills of Orange County, California, is one of the largest collections of privately owned vintage motocross memorabilia in the country. Founded by Tom White, former racer and co-creator of the White Brothers performance brand, the Early Years of Motocross Museum shows the sport’s humble beginnings through pristine motorcycles, accessories, photos, brochures, and more. White began devoting attention to the collection following the devastating accident that left his son paralyzed and then the sale of the company he and brother made into an iconic piece of motorcycle performance.

Although Tom White may have left White Brothers, his family remains engrained in motocross with Dubya USA, a company owned by daughter Kristin and son-in-law John Anderson. With Supercross celebrating its fortieth anniversary at Anahiem II, Dubya invited racers both past and present to the museum for a look at our past…

For more information and a complete listing of bikes, visit www.earlyyearsofmx.com

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