Walking further along the same side of the Motorcycle Gallery you come to the Clubs and Competition Gallery, where various racing bikes from the factory's past are on display. Everything from hill climbers to board trackers to Joe Petrali's land speed record-setting Knucklehead. The five boardtrack racers are mounted on a highly polished, 13-foot high reproduction of a section of board track. From above, a film of actual board track racing is played onto the polished surface of the reproduction track. Hill-climb bikes are mounted on the wall, with the Petrali Knucklehead at floor level, and a huge photograph of the sands of Daytona Beach as a backdrop. In the same room are hundreds of artifacts from some of the first motorcycle clubs, both women's and men's including: uniforms, badges, photos and trophies.