Niederrheinisches Motorad Museum

Discussion in 'Antique Motorized Bicycles' started by skyl4rk, Oct 2, 2007.

  1. skyl4rk

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    I visited a motorcycle museum in Germany while on vacation and took some pics.
     

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  2. skyl4rk

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    smore
     

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  3. skyl4rk

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    a few more
     

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  4. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    dang...i'd spend all day browsing that place, it looks like you did. thanks for some great pics :cool:

    i should mention (see my signature) why we don't want image tags used...imagine trying to load this whole thread with dial-up access if all the pics were inline :shock:
     
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  9. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    some very cool rides !!!:D
    looks like you have a good visit :D
     
  10. minibiker

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    truly butiful bikes now i wanna get a welder and make replicas:) i like the one with all the engines on the shelvs makes ya realize these things arnt neew but redisignd i gotta go there some day
     
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  12. skyl4rk

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    OK, I think that is all of them. Sorry about the duplicates. This museum is being closed, the bikes are being sold, according to rumors. The 75 year old lady that owns the place doesn't want to run it anymore.

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    Niederrheinisches Motorrad-Museum
    Friemersheimerstr. 106
    47441 Moers

    Tel.: (02841) 508522
    Fax: (02841) 508522

    Beschreibung
    Das 1985 gegründete Niederrheinische Motorrad-Museum in Moers-Asberg zeigt auf ca. 1000 qm Ausstellungsfläche dicht an dicht aufgereiht und beschriftet über 310 Motorräder sowie 320 Motoren und Getriebe. Initiator, Restaurator und Museumsleiter in einer Person ist Anton Schuth, der die bemerkenswerte Sammlung von Zweirädern über Jahre hinweg zusammengetragen hat. Zusammen mit seiner Frau Käthe hat er seit 1970 unermüdlich Motorräder repariert, poliert, restauriert, Ersatzteile gekauft oder selber hergestellt. Neben den 500 Ausstellungsstücken hat er noch zahlreiche weitere Motorräder in Arbeit, die nach ihrer Restaurierung von den Besuchern bewundert werden können. Zu den Attraktionen des Museums, das über hundert Jahre Motorradgeschichte lebendig werden lässt, zählt auch ein Nachbau des ersten Motorrades der Welt von 1885, einem hölzernen Vehikel mit 0,5 Pferdestärken, Lederriemen-Antrieb und einer Höchstgeschwindigkeit von 6 km/h.
    öffnungszeiten
    Sa 14-18, So/feiertags 11-16 Uhr
    Anreise
    PKW:
    A 40 Ausfahrt Moers-Ost, Richtung Kerken, an der Ampel-Kreuzung links, 1. Straße links, 2. Straße links

    Parkmöglichkeit ist vorhanden
     

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  13. drimpact

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    From BabelFish:
    Description 1985 the created Niederrheini motorcycle museum in Moers Asberg shows to approx.. 1000 square meter exhibition surface closely on closely lined up and marks over 310 motorcycles as well as 320 engines and transmissions. Initiator, restorer and museum leader in a person are Anton Schuth, which gathered the remarkable collection of two-wheelers over years. Together with his Mrs. Kaethe it repaired, polished, restored motorcycles untiringly since 1970, bought spare parts or manufactured. Beside the 500 exhibits it has still numerous further motorcycles in work, which can be admired after their restoration by the visitors. Among the attractions of the museum, which lets become alive over one hundred years motorcycle history, also a reproduction of the first motorcycle of the world of 1885, a wooden vehicle with 0,5 horse power, leather belt drive and a maximum speed of 6 ranks km/h. Opening times SA 14-18, then/holiday 11-16 o'clock journey passenger car: A 40 exit Moers east, direction Kerken, at the traffic light crossing left, 1. Road left, 2. Road left
     
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  14. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    thanks for the translation
    makes a lot more sense now :lol:
     
  15. CLOSE IT !?!? and I was hoping some one would put my ashes up there on the shelf with all them engines. Just pour me into a cylinder, put the head back on and I'll be happy for eternity.
     
  16. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    :lol: "this plug looks weird, whachoo guys been burnin'?"

    hey, skyl4rk: thanks a lot for a great tour :cool:
     
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