Sammy Miller

One Of The World's Largest
Motorbike Museums

One Of The
World's Largest
Motorbike Museums

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New Extension

In 2020 Sammy extended the Museum further with a 10,000 sq ft two storey glass fronted extension re-organising the Museum so that his extensive range of bikes can be seen in their full glory, such as the world famous GOV 132.

The new ground floor includes displays of German, Japanese and Italian bikes together with an astonishing array of motorcycle related artefacts and memorabilia that Sammy has collected over the years including a dedicated British Motorcycle Charitable Trust display area with the 1955 4 Cylinder Wooler, 1st World War despatch rider bike on display.

The first floor displays are of a more general nature but include Sammy’s sectional engine display, the Belstaff Heritage Corner and a new archive area with table and chairs for our visitors to sit at and which overlooks the Courtyard.

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New Arrivals At The Sammy Miller Museum

On display in the Museum are three of Sammy's new arrivals

Sammy's 1956 350 Royal Enfield Bullet

Sammy’s 1956 350 Royal Enfield Bullet, his first ISDT in Garmisch, southern Germany.

The bike is now in the Workshop under full restoration and will also be on display at the launch of the ISDT bikes, this photoshoot will happen - with all 3 riders present - once lockdown retrictions are eased.

1938 OK Supreme Flying Cloud Deluxe

1938 OK Supreme Flying Cloud Deluxe

Sammy has completely restored this beautiful bike and it is now on display in the Museum.  

New arrivals in April

Honda Super Sport 400 Four

Royal Enfield Continental GT

175cc Puch