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Travelled 150miles to see this unique and priceless collection of British Motorcycle history. The museum is family run and under threat of closure, so we went to show our support. We were given a detailed back story to many of the exhibits by members of...More
If you are into motorcycles and especially British bikes this is the place for you. This is not the posh type of museum. This is the type of place where true British bikers can meet up and appreciate all the Triumphs, BSAs and Enfields in...More
Went with my Husband and Brother-in-Law Monday,1st April greeted with great knowledgeable volunteers. We spent a couple of hours walking around the musuem. It deserves to be visited by more people to keep this musuem going. Parking. No cafe, can make coffee and there are...More
Fantastic little local museum. We only live about 4 miles away and have often said we must check it out. We we did and we are already planning on a return visit when we can bring my father in laws brother, who likewise has never...More
i had buy my very first motorcycle from here. they have differnet variety of motorcycle with differetn models. this is what i liked abput them because you can buy a different product of your chpice from here
5 start rating 2 brothers run the place and each motorbike to engineers details..they know all bike specify..and build..
The motorbikes are mouthwatering , all those British made bike gone.....! VINCENT, Norton, Herald, Royal Enfield....
Worth a visit..
Couple of hours to fill and my British Motorcycle Charitable Trust membership renewed recently, so a shame not to make use.
Not visited before and we could not have been more welcome. Lovely lady on reception (wish I had got her name), welcomed us and...More
We turned up on Saturday morning expecting to visit for about half an hour or so
but was delighted to say we spent 2 hours browsing the fantastic display of British bikes through the last century ..and a bonus was meeting the owners son who...More
Had a Saturday to spare,as the wife was having a day out,with our daughter,who was visiting for the weekend.I knew of the museum as it is not to far from where I live and I was curious.Many years since I rode a bike,but nostalgia all...More