The National Motorcycle Museum has its origins from the common passion for bikes of three friends: Corvatta G., G. and T. Savoretti Zaghini; that in December of 1993 by combining their private collections devised and they prepared the first Moto Museum opened to the public in Italy.
A museum with the specific peculiarities of treating the matter "Motorcycle" from its origins to the present day.
Within about 250 specimens of 55 different brands, organically arranged, tracing the history of this fantastic two-wheeler.
You can admire the first motorcycles made in the late '800 and early' 900, the sidecar, the motorcars of considerable historical interest, the unique and rare pieces such as Frera SS 4V of 1924, the two-cylinder opposed Frera valves 1140 cc, the Moto Guzzi 500 GTV 1937 belonged to the artist Antonio Ligabue, the very fast motorcycle Grand Prix and the prototypes of international fame as 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 several themes developed in:
The motion of the pioneers
The period between the wars
The GP bike
The production utilitarian post-war
The motorcycle designed and built in Rimini
The Museum is also located in the Rimini countryside in via Casalecchio 58 / N and has very large open spaces for meetings and club events, groups and associations.
Summer (May – October): from Tuesday to Sunday 2pm – 7pm. Close on Monday.
Winter (November– April): on demand