The Classic MotorCycle

Readers’ Letters

Guzzi Museum openings

A comment made in your book review in the January edition regarding the Moto Guzzi Museum in Mandello del Lario, stating that it is rarely open to the public is incorrect. My wife and I had the pleasure of visiting this excellent museum while holidaying in Italy in April 2017.

Entry is free and the collection is stunning. Be aware, however, that on the days it is open it is only for an hour or two, so get there early and join the small crowd gathered at the gate.

Thanks for your magazine and keep up the great work.

Hadrian Dawson, Melbourne, Australia.

Gere’s other Bonnie

I appreciated your supplement on the Triumph Bonneville (April 2018) especially the cover shots of celebrities. I attach a PR shot of Richard Gere on a different Triumph Bonneville from one of his lesser known movies, Mr Jones.

Much of the movie was shot at the Salk

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