Yes, it’s a Scooter but not any old Scooter! Now on display in the museum is a 1967 Lambretta SX200 Special. One of the finest Innocetti Scooters made in the colours of candy red over white. Sammy had an enjoyable test ride – first time he’s ever been on a Scooter! Some of the special […]
The Benelli Sei 900/6 has now made it into the Museum and is in the European and Japanese Hall for all to see. This iconic bike has a top speed of 125mph, produced in 1990, and was Italy’s answer to Japan’s CBX Honda.
The restoration of our 1935 Triumph Twin Model 6/1 650cc is complete and the bike is now on display in the museum! This beautiful motorcycle was designed by Val Page and features coupled 8 inch brakes, a helical gear primary drive and a 4 speed gear box.
We are excited to bring you news of an Italian invasion at Sammy Miller’s! The Museum recently acquired 5 new Italian sports and exotic racing bikes from the 50s and 60s. A Rumi Collection of 4 bikes: As well as a 1954 160cc Overhead Valve Super Sport Maserati! Maserati only made motorcycles in 1954-55, making […]
Sammy Miller MBE is greatly honoured to have been crowned Winner of the Collections category at the Royal Automobile Club’s Historic Awards at a grand ceremony in London’s Pall Mall, on the evening of the 24th November. It is a great tribute to our Museum Complex and further cements our place on the world map […]
Sammy once designed and manufactured a trials bike, with the intention of mass-producing it for the worldwide Trials market. The name of his creation? You guessed it…. The ‘Miller’! In 1978 Sammy teamed up with Andrea Mosconi at Hiro, who supplied the engine, to build his perfect trials machine. The Miller was the culmination of […]
Once again we have enjoyed a fantastic day, with the biggest turnout of Rickman bikes ever seen before! Bumper numbers of visitors, including many ex Rickman factory workers enjoyed Sammy interviewing our special guests on the day; Don Rickman Jeff Smith MBE Ron Langston Triss Sharp The day was made all the more special as […]
This 1913 Sun Precision arrived in our workshop pretty complete, but in a very sorry state as the photos show. The bike has tremendous history, dating back to the Great War and we are currently working hard to track down the details of the soldier who abandoned it, untouched since 1914. We believe he may […]