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Over from Australia. Ride a 2017 Triumph Bonneville 1200. Had a Daytona 500 in my youth. Was keen to check out the Triumph Hurricane and the better half was looking forward to a coffee, but you were closed!!! Maybe next time.
This museum has an exceptional collection of English motorcycles from the '30s on to the late '90s. The outstanding piece is an American 1918 Excelsor which was superbly restored by an Icelandic machinist.
This museum has a much more extensive collection of motorcycles than one might imagine being in Iceland. My husband was enthralled! The staff was very helpful and knowledgeable. The information and background provided on each bike was interesting to one not particularly into motorcycles. My...More
My husband and I stopped here while in town. We were e only two there, and spent about an hour looking at all of he bikes. Many are old, unique, rare, and rebuilt. Both of us ride motorcycles, but even those who don't may find...More
My friend went bananas knowing this museum was here. 1500 kr entrance fee, which I guess he didn't mind paying. Nice couch area and coffee for people that aren't interested in the museum (me), it's like letting the kids lose at a playground, and being...More