Die-hard motorcycle fans, have we got a deal for you. The Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame, 5867 N. Nevad Ave., may be one of the best kept secrets in Colorado Springs. It’s been around nearly 20 years, and focuses not only on the mechanical works of art we call motorcycles, but also on the people that have been such a huge part of the history. The names and faces of the pioneers of motorcycling and their contributions are captured in photographs and biographies throughout the museum. The display — with Harley Davidsons, Indian, BSA and lots of other makes — includes memorabilia related to the history of early American two-wheeled ingenuity. Because it is owned and operated entirely by volunteers, admission is FREE. Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays, and Mondays from April through September. For more information, call 487-8005 or go ONLINE.