The National Motorcycle Museum are delighted to be able to showcase the 1913 Scott R34 at this years #Motorcycle Live, which takes place 4th – 12th Dec at the NEC in Birmingham.


Each May & June the Isle of Man becomes a motorcycling nirvana as the world’s greatest road racers gather to test themselves against the mind blowing ‘Mountain Course’ – a 37.73 mile beast of a course carved out of the island’s public roads.


For over 100 years some of the biggest names in the history of road racing have pitted their skills against each other on the world famous 37.73 mile Mountain Course and achieved some remarkable feats and therefore, for most motorcycle enthusiasts, the Isle of Man TT is the ultimate ‘must see’ event across the globe.


Back in 1913 the Isle of Man TT Senior Race was increased in length to seven laps (262.5 miles). There were 97 starters and included 32 makes with the likes of Ariel, BSA, Brough and Rover all lured to the Island, but it was chain-driven 3½ hp Scott-mounted Tim Wood, who led at the end of the first race from Bateman’s Rudge and Alfie Alexander’s Indian and went on to have the triumphant win.


Pop along to see us at the show and take a look at this magnificent machine, we will be located in Hall 3 on the Classic Feature Stand. Tickets can be booked here:


#motorcyclelive @bikesure #bikeshow #thenationalmotorcyclemuseum


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