The London Motorcycle Museum

Charitable Trust


Ravenor Farm

29, Oldfield Lane




Tel: 020 8575 6644



Barn Restoration

Ban Restoration

The restoration of the barn continues. As you will see from the photographs the outside of the barn has been clad in timber. On the inside the walls have been sealed and repaired and metal shelving has been put in place.

Barn Restoration

Bikes will be placed under the shelving with smaller bikes on top. Work has also started on a workshop area to show what a typical 1960’s workshop looked like.
A heating system has also been installed to keep the temperature constant and so protect the bikes.

Barn Restoration

Help is always needed from willing volunteers and craftsmen at weekends to assist with finishing the barn.


Barn Restoration Phase One (Now Complete)

Barn Restorations Phase One

The Museum has completed the re-roofing and replacement of 5,000 slates with modern insulation to the 1860’s barn which completes Phase 2 of the programme of works to restore and refurbish the barn extension to the museum.

Additional restoration funds have been raised by inviting visitors to sign their names on a panel to be displayed in the barn, at £5 per signature.

These funds will be used to commence the next phase, completing the front of the barn which includes work to complete the access ramp for disabled visitors, to install period oak entrance doors and block work with sympathetic cladding of the front of the barn’s original appearance.