London Motorcycle Museum

London Motorcycle Museum
Ravenor Farm
Oldfield Lane South
Greenford, Middlesex
Greater London
UB6 9LB
England

Website

www.london-motorcycle-museum.org

E-mail

thelmm@hotmail.com

Telephone

0208 575 6644

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A yellow 1982/3 650cc Triumph TR65T Tiger Trail motorbike
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The LMM - London’s only motorcycle museum - is the capital’s friendly focus for Britain’s biking history and heritage. The LMM isn’t just a great static display. Our bikes have appeared in shows and exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro’s National History Museum, Moto Salon in Paris, a Milan fashion show, and Liberty’s store in London – as well as starring in Eastenders, Dads Army and George and Mildred! We regularly take machines to community events, county shows and carnivals, as well as hosting our own special events on site. LMM motorcycles were proud participants at the late Queen Mother’s 100th Birthday Parade; appeared as part of the 50-strong classic bike contingent that entertained the Queen at her Jubilee celebrations in 2002, and our 1907 Brown Precision entered (and finished) the 2003 Pioneer Run. The museum and its staff frequently appear in other places too – Classic Bike Guide, Classic Bike, Moto Legende (France’s main classic mag), Moto Ciclissmo (Italy’s no.1 bike mag), French TV and Video, BBCTV, A-Z of Royalty (USA-produced feature for Satellite TV), Men & Motors' Full Throttle Famous as well as in local/national press and specialist bike videos.

Venue Type:

Museum

Opening hours

See website.

Admission charges

Adults £3.00
Senior Citizens £1.50
Under 15's 50p
Charges may vary on event days

Not only do we have some 80 machines and other exhibits on permanent display – we have another 50/60 machines in reserve, and a knowledgeable staff with a wealth of personal insights and stories! Our growing collection includes a 1902 Ormonde (a past participant in the Pioneer Run) and a 1903 Clyde (with unique SIMS magneto); a clutch of unique prototypes and ‘media stars’ which cannot be seen anywhere else; a barrel load of other British machines, including racers and road bikes from ABC to Zenith; the last Triumph T140 out of the Meriden gates in 1983 and a 1991 Norton rotary in Paramedic livery.

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