Motorbike Museum

A private collection of motorbikes in a loungeroom

One man's love of motorcycles led to an obsession. Ian Boyd started the collection because of his love for Vincent motorcycles, and constructed a new house and purpose built loungeroom to accommodate this extensive collection. Vincent motorcycles were made in England between 1933 and 1955. They are considered extremely rare, and Ian has one of the largest collections of Vincent motorbikes in the world. There are 75 motorcycles in the collection including road, dirt and speedway bikes. The collection includes a Royal Enfield, Comet and nearly every model of Vincent motorcycle. There are also several motorised bicycles, an Offenhauser midget race car and an E-Type Jaguar.


Available on request
Jurien Bay WA 6516

Opening Hours

Viewing by appointment only

Racing legend

This Reading racing bib belonged to speedway racing legend Bob Humphries. He was born in England but moved to Australia and resided in Sawyers Valley. In the 1960s Bob began road racing. However, in...

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