The National Motorcycle Museum welcomes visitors from the whole world, as it is considered to be the largest British motorcycle museum in the world. The museum was open in 1984 and had about 350 displayed motorcycles. In the course of years the collection has grown and includes more than 1000 machines that completely correspond to their original qualities.
The main attraction of the museum is cross-section of British machines representing the most prominent years of motorcycle manufacturing. The machines carry an important historical and educational message and aim to preserve motoring traditions for the next generations.
850 machines out of 1000 are permanently on the display and the complete list is available on the website of the museum.