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Dunlop Grid


While we are waiting to re-open, here’s the next in our series of “look backs” which feature some significant museum moments from the last few years.

This time it’s 2014 at the Classic TT, and Michael Dunlop is about to parade the Norton Rotary race bike ridden by his late father Robert.

It was the first time Michael had ridden (or even sat on) the bike and it was “officially” timed for a bit of fun. He did a 118mph lap from a standing start. Enough said!!

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