The National Motorcycle Museum, which houses the largest collection of British motorcycles in the world, with over 1000 machines from 170 different manufacturers, has undergone a revamp.
During the latter part of 2016 the five display halls were completely reconfigured to enhance the visitor experience. Of the 1000-plus machines in the collection there are around 850 on display at any one time.
The foyer of the museum is free to enter and contains a large number of machines, as well as the museum gift shop and its collection of sidecar outfits, Velocette road machines and other temporary displays, such as the Wallace and Gromit outfit.
Read more in the March/April issue of CR – out now!