National Motorcycle Museum and mystery manufacturer offer riders £100

Past and future will collide when bikers gather at the National Motorcycle Museum to talk about the future of two-wheelers

National Motorcycle Museum and mystery manufacturer offer riders £100

THE NATIONAL Motorcycle Museum has something up its sleeve, and is offering riders who fit a certain criteria £100. 

The Solihull-based museum, which hold's the world's largest collection of British motorcycles, is reportedly working with a mystery manufacturer to host discussions regarding the future of motorcycling.

Due to take place this weekend (July 14th and 15th) at the museum, each conversation session will last around two-and-a-half hours. Riders that take part will be awarded £100 as an incentive and to cover their expenses.

Get paid to sit around and chat about bikes? It seems like a no-brainer! But unfortunately, a passion for two wheelers isn't all the museum asks... 

You have to have bought one of the following motorcycles new within the last four years to be eligible:

  • BMW F800/850 GS
  • BMW R Nine T
  • Ducati Scramber 800/1100
  • Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled
  • Harley-Davidson Roadster
  • Harley-Davidson Iron 883
  • Honda Africa Twin
  • Honda CB1100
  • Kawasaki Z900RS
  • KTM 1090/1290 Adventure R
  • Moto Guzzi V7/V9
  • Yamaha SCR950
  • Yamaha XSR700/900

If you fit the bill, then you're in luck. Contact Mary at Propel Research at, or on 0770 6662 042 with your name and phone number to take part. 

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