1911 BSA 3.5hp:
Kindly loaned to the museums Charitable Trust by the BMCT, this 1911 BSA is one of the first BSA’s to feature is own engine. In its as used and original condition this bike shows just how innovative the early pioneers of bike building were.
1969 Triumph T100 Daytona:
Another racer has arrived at the LMM! This Daytona was sponsored by founder Bill Crosbys shop Reg Allens during the 1970’s. It was ridden by Peter Bates and Bob Biscardene in 24 hour endurance races all over Europe, including winning the Bol ‘Dor 24 hour race in its class. After its racing life was over, the bike was returned to road spec, and that’s how Bill found it again. Peter Bates offered to return it to its former glory on behalf of the museum and has taken the bike to Italy for some parade laps.
1968 BSA Spitfire:
This BSA Spitfire was built by the BSA competition expert Steve Brown. It was made for himself as a bike he would go and race privately. It featured Corillo rods, high lift cams and a lightened crank. The bike was then bought by founder Bill Crosby many years ago and Bill said, “its the fastest bike I’ve ever ridden” but sold it the day it arrived at his shop!. Bill then sold the bike and a few years ago was given the opportunity to buy the bike again, in a few pieces. The bike was then loving restored to its current condition by museum friend Peter Bates.
1962 Triumph T20 Tiger Cub:
This beautiful Cub has been kindly loaned to the LMM’s Charitable Trust. It has been lovingly restored and will be used as one of the LMM’s show bikes for this year, so keep an eye for it when you’re at show!
1954 Velocette MSS
This gorgeous MSS has been kindly loaned to the LMM’s Charitable Trust. It has been put into the line up of bikes in year order and joins the KTT, KSS and LE Velocettes that we already have on display.
2003 Triumph Daytona 600 -
The LMM’s Charitable Trust was honoured to accept on loan Bruce Anstey’s 2003 TT winning bike.