The British Motorcycle Charitable Trust Ltd. Registered in England under Company Registration Number 01445196), Registered Office : Holly Cottage, Main Street, Bishampton, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10 2NH
Welcome to our website.
Please take a few moments to explore the benefits of our low cost membership programme and other ways of getting involved with the work of the Trust.
We welcome your comments and feedback so please do enjoy your visit and let us have your feedback.
The BMCT is a Charitable Trust dedicated to promoting and supporting the preservation and restoration of our British motorcycle heritage.
By identifying and securing rare and significant British motorcycles, and providing for their exhibition to the public through our Affiliated museums, we aim to protect and preserve these important machines to educate, interest and inform the general public as well as motorcycle enthusiasts on this aspect of our social and sporting engineering heritage.
On this site you will find:-
News related to the work of the Trust and the interests of its members, plus an archive of news items
Details of many of the motorcycles already restored and held for the Nation
Photo Galleries of some stars of the collection and details of where they can be seen
Details of our Affiliated museums and opportunities to see the machines
Features on the work of the Trust including past successes and work in progress
An events guide which highlights shows and events of interest to motorcyclists
Resources and Links plus details of our Member resources
How you can get involved supporting the valuable work of the Trust ....... AND get a great membership package as well!
We hope you will share our passion enough to wish to support our work by becoming a member or making a donation – but in any case:-
please enjoy your visit
bookmark the site for future reference and
tell your friends, and send them a link to the site
The Trustees British Motorcycle Charitable Trust
NEWSFLASH 25th September
With great regret we have to announce the closure of the London Motorcycle Museum.