London's first British Motorcycle museum opened in May 1999, and has become the focal point for anyone with an interest in British motorcycling history. Over 70 exhibits (including the Crosby collection) can be viewed, including many prototypes and other rarities from the turn of the century to 1983.
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Venue Details & Map
London Motorcycle Museum
29 Oldfield Lane SouthGreenfordUB6 9LB
- +44 (0)20 8575 6644
- Public transport:
- Tube: Greenford or Ealing Broadway; Bus: E1, E2, E7, E10, 105, 92.Rail: Ealing Broadway
Please note that the above review is accurate and that the new "shed"is now complete and contains the extensive Triumph collection - all from the Meridan site and deliberately NOTHING from the current Hickley factory.more
Located in the slightly unpromising wilds of suburban West London, this is a small but fascinating museum for anyone interested in the history of British Motorcycles.
The museum is located in some rather anonymous former farm buildings just off The Broadway in Greenford, which give little hint of what's inside.
The collection is the main event, and includes over 80 motorcycles housed in...more