The Twisted Oz Motorcycle Museum was a dream developed by owner Kelly Modlin. Kelly had a vision for a nationally known vintage motorcycle museum located in the center of the United States. Kelly acquired an old body shop along US Highway 400, east of Wichita, Kansas in 2015. Kelly, and a team of volunteers, worked to renovate the old body shop into a vintage and eclectic motorcycle museum. A nostalgic Valentine Diner building was acquired, along with bank teller windows from 1879 and many other historic features have created a unique and intriguing space within the Museum. Over 70 privately curated vintage motorcycles were also acquired, including a one-of-one Wood Motorcycle, an Indian Six Motorcycle and many other cycles from as early as 1905. The Museum opened to the public on April 1, 2016 and admission is always free. The Museum does accept good will donations to fund the project and Kelly hopes to grow the Museum into a destination attraction for history buffs and cycle enthusiasts alike.