Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum

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Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum
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Established 1964
Location New Milton, Hampshire
Coordinates 50°45′56″N 1°40′24″W / 50.7656°N 1.6733°W / 50.7656; -1.6733
Type Motorcycle Museum
Website Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum website

The Sammy Miller Motorcycle Museum was set up in 1964, after the former championship winning trials rider Sammy Miller set up a parts business in New Milton, Hampshire, England.

The business started after Miller put a few of his old racing motorcycles in the corner, which eventually became the catalyst of the present day museum. The museum is now held in trust, houses some 300 machines including motorcycles and 3-wheeled vehicles and is affiliated to the British Motorcycle Charitable Trust.[1]

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  1. ^ "British Motorcycle Charitable Trust". Retrieved 29 November 2009. 

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