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23 June 2016

PETERBOROUGH MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM, Museum No 9

List of Motorcycles: Engine Capacity Make Year Country 40CC Husqvana Auto Cycle 1952 Sweden 50CC Gitane testi corsifie' 1973   50CC Guilietta 1965 Italy 50CC Flandria 1963 Belgium 50CC Cimatti 1971 + 1972 Italy 50CC Paloma

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23 June 2016

Museum No 8. Piaggio Museum

The Piaggio Museum was inaugurated in March 2000 and occupies the 3,000 square meters of the company’s former tool-shop in one of the oldest and most characteristic bodies of the industrial complex in Pontedera, where Piaggio started its production in the early nineteen twentie

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22 June 2016

Helmet, Bell RS-1

This Bell Helmet not only looks trick but is also a great fit for me. The removable washable cheek pads contour well with my face, and the crown liner makes seamless contact with my forehead. I haven’t experienced any discomfort during long days in the saddle and the ventilatio

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22 June 2016

Ixon Stratus VX HP Jacket

I still remember the day the Ixon Stratus VX HP jacket arrived at Gassit HQ. I was stoked to be getting new gear to try out, but our Editor seemed even more excited. As Chris (somewhat reluctantly, I thought) handed the jacket over, he waxed lyrical about one particularly soggy A

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21 June 2016

SAMMY MILLER MUSEUM

Sammy Miller is a genuine motorcycling legend having successfully raced for the factory Mondial GP team in 1957 (placed 3rd in 250 championship and 4th in the 125 class), before changing sports to trials, riding for Ariel the following year. He then won 11 consecutive British tit

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19 June 2016

Museum No 6. MORBIDELLI MUSEUM

Giancarlo Morbidelli’s private collection can be found in Pesaro on Italy’s Adriatic coast. As you enter the large, modern museum two bikes flank the stairs leading to the viewing area overlooking the collection. On the left is the first motorcycle Morbidelli built, in 1967,

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18 June 2016

WORLD LAUNCH: Pirelli Diablo Rosso III- Devil’s grip

The tyre business is a cut-throat world of fierce competition between the mega-brands, and intelligent product strategies are important to keep ahead of the game. Superseding a highly successful model of tyre with a new one is a risky move, and requires solid reasoning, not to me

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18 June 2016

MUSEUM No.05 THE MUSEUM OF MOTORCYCLES AND MOPEDs DEMM

The DEMM company was split off from the parent group OPRAM (founded in Milan in 1919) in 1928.  The name came from the three owners - Giacomo Daldi, Dino Daldi & Luigi Matteucci (Daldi e Matteucci Milano). The company made industrial components including gears, machine tool

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17 June 2016

MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM WORLD TOUR MUSEUM 04 LAVERDA MUSEUM

Dutchman Cor Dees has long been a fan of Laverda, and his collection of over 80 bikes and items of agricultural equipment, brochures, film and print documentation are on display in a purpose-built facility outside the rural Dutch town of Lisse, about 40km from Amsterdam. Cor has

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15 June 2016

MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM WORLD TOUR MUSEUM No 3 CASA LAMBRETTA

Casa Lambretta is a tribute to the dedication of one man, Vittorio Tessera, and his love of all things scooter – particularly the products of the Innocenti company. Vittorio fell in love with Lambrettas at 15, opened the first scooter restoration business in Italy four years

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15 June 2016

MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM WORLD TOUR MUSEUM No 02 BARBER VINTAGE MOTORSPORTS MUSEUM

It’s big. Really big. Five levels and 13,500 sq metres make it officially the world’s biggest motorcycle museum, and a new building with 8500m2 more space will be added in October.

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13 June 2016

MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM WORLD TOUR - No1. The National Motorcycle Museum

No. 1 NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM OF AUSTRALIA