One of the things you notice in England is just how divergent the technology is, and this museum was no different. The bikes were odd, different, not a cruiser in sight, no Harleys. It was decidedly un-North American.
Many of them I couldn't identify at all, some were so old as to be virtually steam powered. You know you're far from the familiar when you don't even recognize some of the manufacturers.
You can poke around the bikes and the father/son duo who run the museum are happy to talk about any of the examples on display.
I had to rush the walkabout because the family was waiting outside, it would have been nice to wander around for an hour taking some good closeups.
If you're ever in the vicinity of North Walsham in Norfolk, England, drop by the museum. It's a strange trip down someone else's memory lane.
|Like what you see? Many of the restorations are available to buy.|
|Mainly British bikes, but some others can be found|
in the rows
|A mighty Vincent!|
|"Made in England" - getting harder and harder|
to find made in not the far East any more
|Many parts in the process of being cleaned up...|