NATIONAL MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM
via Casalecchio 58/N
47924 Rimini ITALY
26 April to end October: 13:00 to 19:00 (Closed Mondays)
1st November to 25 April: 13:00 to 17:00 (Closed Sundays)
The National Motorcycle Museum was born in 1993. Over 260 motorcycles made between the late nineteenth century and the 1980s are on display, as well as antique accessories, posters and photographs showcasing the world of two wheels.
In addition to these displays, there is also a documentation center with approximately 10,000 volumes about motorcycling history. Stored in four big rooms, the documents are arranged chronologically and by theme.
The Motorcycle Museum aspires to become a reference point for Italian and foreign motorcyclists.
- The pioneer's bikes
- The motorcycles in the period between the wars
- Grand Prix motorbikes
- The MV Augusta's production
- The post-war production
- The bikes designed or built in Rimini
- The '70s
Normal price: 7€
5€ for groups of 10 or more by reservation
free for children under 10 years old
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Guided tour: yes