An Isle of Man TT Races Museum will be opening within the Isle of Man Motor Museum in Jurby, just in time for the TT races in 2018.
Within the museum will be a “Wall of Bikes”, which will demonstrate the links between the development and growth of the motorcycle industry in its impressive 110 year history. You’ll be able to view everything from the early British manufacturers (such as BSA and Norton), to the Japanese manufactures who continue to dominate today.
The addition of the museum will increase the number of machines on display, taking the grand total to over 400. There will also be an original version of the Glencrutchery Road start line – the perfect photo opportunity for TT fans.
Every piece of information displayed will be 100% accurate, as the organisers will be drafting in local historians to ensure the displays are authentic. The museum are reaching out to motorcycle collectors for any motorcycles they might own that they would like to display in this unique collection.