The national Manx Museum, offers something for everyone, whether interested in the Isle of Man’s history, art works, historical artifacts, the Island’s rich sporting heritage. Speaking of this, it was a great pleasure to recently walk around the new for 2023, Isle of Man TT Gallery. Iconic machines on display include Mike Hailwood’s 1979 Senior race winning Suzuki, Relentless Suzuki by TAS tackle previously raced by Bruce Anstey, TT winning Sidecar outfits and the rotary Norton, Loctite Yamaha steeds from the legendary 1992 Senior race. Also on display are helmets, leathers worn by competitors over the years, stretching back to the early days of the world’s most famous road race. There’s even a press pass late 1920’s style issued to an Italian journalist, countless posters, badges, stickers, memorabilia. Not forgetting the TT trophies, replica trophies, finisher awards, priceless, irreplaceable. Like walking through a TT time capsule, it’s a must visit attraction for TT super-fans, anyone fascinated, curious about racing on the fabled, mythical Mountain Course. Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou
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