Museo Nazionale del Motociclo

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Museo Nazionale del Motociclo

Museo Nazionale del Motociclo
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Mike R
Marmande, France90 contributions
Worth seeking out
Oct 2018 • Solo
This place takes some finding and you need your own transport as I would imagine that a Taxi from Rimini could be expensive. It is a very good Motorcycle Museum based on a Farm on the outskirts of Rimini. It is worth making the effort though.

As with many transport Museums, they have at least 4 times the number of exhibits that they have the space for! As a result, it is all rather "cluttered", particularly in some of the additional buildings. They do have some interesting items, which makes it worth the effort for the enthusiast.

Some exhibits are well identified but quite a few have no information about their age or model details, which is a shame. I have visited many transport Museums and this scores well on the rarity of some of the exhibits but rather poorly on the exhibition areas themselves.
Written 12 December 2018
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38Teresa52
Shrewsbury, UK91 contributions
Weel worth a visit especially if you are a motor bike fan!
May 2018 • Couples
Despite not being the easiest place to find when you do not have your own transport - taxi is the only other way - I was so glad we made the effort. This family run museum is a gem with quite a few rare bikes, has great collections, wonderful vintage photos and so much more.
I was totally engrossed quite surprisingly, not being an area of interest until I went! I particularly fell in love with a great Piagio mini car - I wanted to take it home! There is plenty to see and though small, it would take a good hour to see everything. The staff do not speak English but you can get a drink should you want one as there is a mini cafe!
Written 26 May 2018
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Eran N
Kiryat Ono, Israel96 contributions
A WOW for motorcycle fans
Feb 2018 • Friends
We arrived on a winter Sunday noon. The place was closed, but due to my disappointment the manager let us in. WOW... The place is small and the bikes are crowded but what amazing bikes!
There are a few Bimota's, a 6 Cilinder Benelli, some real ancient motor bicycles, MV Agusta's and other breathtaking machinery. Also some tricycles such as a Moto-guzzi truck-bike and some mini cars for a single user.
What a place!!!
Written 18 February 2018
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Kath R
Goole, UK67 contributions
Blast From The Past
Jun 2017 • Friends
Packed with historic Italian motorcycles. From Vespa cars to Moto Guzzi 3 wheelers. A must see for motorcycle fans.
Written 24 June 2017
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Cheryl C
Halifax, Canada68 contributions
An amazing treat for motorcycle and scooter lovers.
Apr 2015 • Couples
We stopped by this museum while in Rimini - as you are driving down the small road by the airport you may begin to doubt that you will arrive there, but it's worth the drive. What a fantastic collection from old to new, many very unusual bikes, a sidecar room, scooters and more.
Stop in and be amazed.
Written 19 April 2015
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Amy B
London, UK3 contributions
Motorbike Museum - such a find! A must see in a region made for MOTO GP fans
Sep 2014 • Couples
A visit to Motorbike museum is a must when in the area. Given the close proximity to Misano circuit its a great place to visit if in town for a race event or visiting the region as a MotoGP enthusiast (Tavullia/Coriano)
The extent of the collection is quite staggering- Yet it is displayed in an accessible and unassuming location. It is not a sterile museum- but converted outbuildings- extended and adapted to fit all the treasures inside. The entry fee of 7euro is amazingly reasonable especially when compared to over inflated prices at some other regional attractions). You feel like you are poking about in someone's garage - a lifetime collection of classic antiques and legendary motorbikes- a total labour of love.
Sat-nav is not great at finding it though- so once you're on the via Casalecchio keep going on it on it until you're at a small roundabout right next to the autostrada bridge- the entrance is straight over and signposted. Staff have great English and let you mooch about the collection in peace. Norton / BSA / Harley Davidsons / Benelli / MV Augusta / Indian / Sunbeam / Ducati / Honda / Moto Guzzi and an array of sidecars and other modified motorbikes - my husband was grinning like an idiot all afternoon, and goddammit so was I.
Written 11 September 2014
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SDenis76
Oktyabrskiy, Russia15 contributions
Must see!
Aug 2013
Just the best moto museum I have ever seen. More than 200 old rare bikes from first half of 20 century. Simply amazing. Friendly staff. Affordable price of the tickets - 7 euro only. Can recommend to every motocycle fan.
Written 7 August 2013
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