Photo: William Warby

Whether you’re a motorcycle fanatic or just have a passing interest, this is the only London museum devoted to the two-wheeled vehicle.

Museum founder Bill Crosby began collecting bikes in the 1960s. He initially displayed them along vintage cars in Syon Park until the premises closed down; it wasn’t until the late 90s when he found the Greenford site where the bikes are exhibited today.

The collection starts with pieces that were manufactured at the very beginning of the 20th Century and works right through to the modern day. There are over eighty full-sized cycles on display as well as a range of associated memorabilia, artefacts and photographs that help to tell the story of the development of this machine in the capital.

 

Ravenor Farm, Oldfield Lane South, Greenford, Middlesex, UB6 9LD
Tel: 0208 575 6644
Times: Saturday & Sunday, Bank Holidays, 10.00 – 4.30