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Bathurst Motor Racing Museum
From the museum's website:
"... we look across the spectrum of Australian Motor Racing. The history of speedway, solar, drag, Rallying, open wheeler, sports car as well as touring cars is told. The history of Motorbike racing in particular is given great attention."
THE air in Bathurst will throb to the beat of 100 motorcycle engines this weekend when Bathurst hosts the national rally of the Australian Ariel Register.
Ariel motorcycles were built in Birmingham, England, from 1902 to 1967, and they still attract a band of dedicated enthusiasts.
Rally director Geoff Fry said more than 75 entries for the rally had been received.
400 Panorama Avenue (Murray's Corner),
Mount Panorama, Bathurst.