The museum is always looking for more bikes, parts and literature, in the past and hopefully in the future we will have the opportunity to purchase both single and collections of bikes, parts and literature.

With new purchases we sometimes double up or get a better model, and need to sell off the excess. This page will display both bikes, literature and parts that we have for sale, we will also make this page available for people to advertise their bikes for sale. Use the enquiry form on the Contact page to Email us for details and conditions.

Bimota Tesi 1Dsr

Ducati 904 powered.


MV Agusta 750s America

Mondial 100cc 1962


Ducati 500 Sport Desmo
Moto Guzzi Aerone

Many more bikes in stock now, or arriving soon


Yamaha OW01, HT1 90cc

Harley XLCR cafe Racer

Triumph TR6, T150, T120

BSA 441, 440

Honda FT500, VT500, CB750

Kawasaki KH350, GPZ750 Turbo, GPZ1100

Suzuki GT380

plus many others

Please contact us with your details to receive our regular email of available bikes.

We have regular containers from the USA with a number of bikes that will be avilable for sale. Contact us for further details

All bikes on view at museum.

We can assist with crating and freight.

For further details please contact the Museum.


We have recently expanded the range that we have in our gift shop. We have an extensive range of posters available covering many of our popular bikes from as little as $5.00ea. Also available is a limited range of original sales brochures. Currently we have good stocks of Bimota brochures (including SB6, DB3, YB11, etc), early Suzuki brochures (including GT750). There is also a large range of badges available.

Vincent Clothing

We have a large range of Vincent branded

clothing. Including; Caps, Shirts,T-Shirts

Jackets, Leather bags


The museum has also substantially increased our range of motorcycle models available. We have everything from 1:18 scale models starting from $10.00 up to a range of premium quality Minichamp models in both 1:12 and 1:6 scale at competitive prices for the serious collector. See the MODELS page for full information.


The Museum is constantly on the lookout for New Old Stock (NOS) from old shops, collections etc. This helps us to aquire some of those hard to get parts that we need to finish of a bike. We are then able to offer those pieces that we do not need ourselves to enthusiasts for their own bikes.

We generally have a few of these parts on display at the front of the museum.
As with the NOS parts, we also look in impove our library. As with the parts, there is often duplicates etc that available