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Museo nazionale del motociclo

The National Motorcycle Museum was born from the passion of three friends: G. Corvatta, G. Savoretti and T. Zaghini, that in December 1993, by joining their private collections, they created the first Motorcycle Museum open to the public in Italy.

A “Motociclo” museum from its origins to the present day.

Inside ther are about 250 specimens from 55 different brands, arranged following the history of this fantastic two-wheeled vehicle.

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Information

The Museum is located in the countryside in Rimini in Via Casalecchio 58 / N and has a huge outdoor space for events and clubs, groups and associations.

Summer
Opening April 25th
Open every day from 9:30am to 12pm and from 2pm to 7pm

Winter

(November-April). Only by reservation for at least 10 people.

For info:
Tel. Landline +39 0541-731096
Cell. +39 3471844267
Email: info@museomotociclo.it

The collection

Within the collection you can admire the first motorcycles, from the end of 1800s to the beginning of the 1900s, the sidecar, motorcycles, the unique and unobtainable pieces like the Frera SS 4V from 1924, the twin-cylinder Frera with opposing valves of 1140 cc, the 1937 Moto Guzzi 500 GTV belonging to the artist Antonio Ligabue, the fast Grand Prix bikes and the internationally renowned prototypes like the Bimota.

Aermacchi, Benelli, BSA, Ducati, Frera, Harley Davidson, Henderson, Innocenti, Moto Guzzi, MV Agusta, Norton, Piaggio, Rudge and Triumph are just some of the brands in the Museum.

There are many themes developed within the collection:

  • The pioneers’ bikes
  • The period between the two wars
  • Sidecars
  • Scooters
  • Grand Prix motorcycles
  • Utilitarian production of the post-war period
  • The bikes designed and built in Rimini
  • The 70s.