EXPLORE BMW HISTORY!
The Vintage BMW Motorcycle Museum experience is provided FREE of cost to the public, courtesy of Bob’s BMW. It is fun not only a fun destination for riders of ALL makes and models, clubs and riding groups, but also for all ages (responsible children only please**) and non-motorcyclists to explore BMW history.
The Museum is always growing, adding, and changing machines and displays. Currently there is over 4,000 square feet – with more to come in the years ahead – of BMW history. Over 70 of the roughly 100 machines in the collection of antique, vintage, classic and select modern BMW motorcycles and side cars, a beautiful BMW Isetta 300 mini-car, plus memorabilia, wall art, advertising, trophies, special parts, accessories, period riding gear, factory cut-away motors, rare signage, workshop tools and so much more is showcased! With so much to see one visit will not be enough; you will discover something new with every visit!
The history of BMW Motorcycles comes to life as you walk through Bob’s stunning collection of BMW motorcycles ranging from BMW’s very first motorcycle dating from 1925, classic machines from all eras of BMW’s history including WWII; a never before ridden BMW from 1972 – a 50 year NOS or brand new R75/5; adventure BMWs covering several decades and models ridden around the world, one very special machine with over 600,000 miles; one of only two BMW Paramedic bikes delivered in the USA and BMWs ridden by legends like Gary Nixon, Bart Markel and Dave Aldana that made motorcycle history, limited production models and exotic customs and still much more!
MUSEUM HOURS OF OPERATION
The Vintage BMW Motorcycle Museum is open the following Saturdays from 10AM-2PM, Sundays 11AM-3PM, and Wednesdays 5PM-9PM. Part of the experience often includes a behind the scenes tour of the main dealership where dozen of historic machines and plenty of memorabilia is on display.
- Sunday, October 9
- Saturday, October 22
- Saturday, November 5
- Sunday, November 13
- Wednesday, November 16 Bike Night at the Museum
- Saturday , November 19
To tour the museum outside of the listed dates or to plan a special group visit, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
10630 Riggs Hill Rd. Suite Y
Jessup, MD 20794
Please note that only the ground floor level is wheelchair accessible. We are pleased to offer assistance as we are able for anyone who might need help with the single, wide staircase leading to about half the displays and machines on the Museum’s second level and are working towards a plan to provide easier access to those displays in the future.
**Responsible means children and parents who fully understand what no touching displays or climbing on bikes means. Young kids who might or already enjoy what we have to offer are always welcome, but parents are always responsible. Like any museum, items on display are in many cases irreplaceable. We’ve created this museum without ropes or other barriers for your viewing, learning and photographic enjoyment.