Following the lead set by The Carole Nash International MotorCycle Show in April, the Jurby-based Isle of Man TT Museum will be marking the 100th Tourist Trophy Meeting during the 2019 TT.
To celebrate the milestone, the team at the Isle of Man Motor Museum in Jurby has launched a new exhibition featuring a motorcycle from each year of racing.
Beginning in 1907, the TT has run every year apart from during the two world wars and a foot and mouth outbreak in the UK in 2001.
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Darren Cunningham, who established the museum with his father Denis, says the unique display is a must for all bike fans: “We are bringing together a display featuring one motorcycle from each year the TT was held.
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