Seaba Station is a motorcycle museum located on Route 66, about 8 miles west of Chandler, Oklahoma.
The museum offers visitors more than sixty vintage motorcycles on display, dating back to 1908. The eclectic collection includes a number of unique off-road and observed trials bikes, plus a rare 1979 Triumph Bonneville still packed in its original crate.
The building was originally a gas station and machine shop built in 1921 serving travelers along the Ozark Trail. Don't miss the original rock outhouse building, a state-of-the-art roadside restroom by 1920s standards!