An amazing but very static collection of British bikes! I'd forgotten what a fab heritage of so many makers we have. The bikes have all been restored after the fire 10yrs ago, & they are immaculate with barely a spec of dust in sight. We took my Dad up for his birthday - he used to have a Vincent & an Ariel - you can easily spend 3/4 hrs browsing, with coffee & some nice grub for lunch thrown in, & it is well worth the admission.
But - I do agree with a previous reviewer - it could be much better - there are so many greats, so much innovation, & so many stories to be told of our 2 wheeled history it does seem a bit of a shame that more isn't made of it with videos, a cinema, or more interactive engine displays. My Dad had stories about some of the bikes on display - the information on the bikes is not expansive - but I like that they do not value those lovely - & fairly priceless machines - very British -))
However, hubby commented he'd never seen such a large & immaculate collection of bikes - & I agree - well worth a visit.
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