WITH ACCESS TO motorcycle events and ride-ins restricted, Sammy Miller invited riders of Japanese bikes to join him at his Motorcycle Museum on Sunday, August 30 for a ride-in.
Thanks to good weather the museum welcomed hundreds of bikes and their riders.
Around 80 pre-1990 bikes were displayed in the museum’s courtyard, whilst those manufactured after 1990 were able to park in the car park.
Bikes arrived throughout the morning and the complex drive was filled to capacity by late morning.
A great many visitors also arrived to enjoy the bikes and everyone had the opportunity to chat with Sammy.
Visitors on classics had an opportunity to win a prize for their bike, and this year judging was undertaken by Sammy himself. Sammy also conducted workshop tours throughout the day.
The museum in New Milton, Hampshire, is crammed with interesting machines, from road and racing classics to rare prototypes and, of course, plenty of trial icons.
The museum continues to host a Motorcycle Ride-In every Tuesday morning and the museum is open daily from 10am. Visit www.sammymiller.co.uk for further information.
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