Antrim Rudge arrives at Sammy Miller’s

THE LATEST project for the Sammy Miller Restoration Workshop is a 1913 TT Rudge that was donated to the Museum Trust by staunch supporter Bill McComb of County Antrim. Bill had the machine for many years in a dismantled and poor state and decided that it needed restoring, to bring it back to its full glory and to donate it for display in the Sammy Miller Museum Racing Gallery. There are many special features on the TT model that was originally registered in Northern Ireland. The Sammy Miller Museum displays nearly 400 motorcycles, some with great trial and racing history. It is one of the finest collections of fully-restored motorcycles in Europe. The contents are changing constantly and the museum also houses many motorcycling related artefacts. There is 40-seater café with new outside catering cabin, craft and gift shops, animals – donkeys, alpacas, birds, chickens, goats – and a children’s play area. Parking is free. The museum is open to visitors daily from 10am until 4.30pm at Bashley, New Milton, Hampshire B25 5SZ. Visit www.sammymiller.co.uk

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