National Motorcycle Museum Boasts the World’s Largest Collection of British Bikes

“More Than 1,000 Bikes on Show”

A view of retro and classic bikes available for a gander at the National Motorcycle Museum

Spending some time in the UK for the holidays? 

Why not take a trip to the National Motorcycle Museum where you can take a gander at a plethora of bikes from around the community – over 1,000 of which are moto offerings from the Land of the Rose herself?

By moto offerings, we mean bad boys like…

The 1992 Senior TT Winner “White Charger” - a gorgeous 588cc Norton Rotary guided over the finish line by the iconic Steve Hislop

The 1992 Senior TT Winner “White Charger” – a gorgeous 588cc Norton Rotary guided over the finish line by the iconic Steve Hislop

A display of World Record Breakers that hail from the road race, off road, and sprint & dragster scenes

A display of World Record Breakers that hail from the road race, off road, and sprint & dragster scenes (and yes, that includes the handful of rotary machines that blasted to victory all those years ago).

other iconic contributions to motorcycle history from the likes of Norton, Royal Enfield, Sunbeam, Triumph, BSA, Brough Superior and Vincent.

…and other iconic contributions to motorcycle history from the likes of Norton, Royal Enfield, Sunbeam, Triumph, BSA, Brough Superior and Vincent

Eager to take the whole family?

Here’s what you’ll be paying for the privilege, according to the museum’s website:

Adult Tickets – £15.00

Senior Citizen Tickets – £13.00

Kids’ Tickets (5-15 year old) – £8.00

Family Pack – £35.00

A view of retro and classic bikes available for a gander at the National Motorcycle Museum

“The collection charts the motorcycle industry’s growth, from fledging curiosity, through the pioneer, veteran, vintage and post-war years,” contributes a report from VisorDown

“With such a depth and breadth to the museum, you’re sure to spot some famous machines that you’ve no doubt read about, and some curiosities you never knew existed.”

A view of retro and classic bikes available for a gander at the National Motorcycle Museum

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*Media sourced from VisorDown and the National Motorcycle Museum’s website, as well as MoreBikes and Coventry Telegraph*