Bikes at the Bermuda National Gallery
The Changing Gears: the Art of the Bermuda Motorcycle
January 2009
This selection of Bermuda motorcycles, both classic and modern, form an exhibition entitled 'Changing Gears: the Art of the Bermuda Motorcycle' at the Bermuda National Gallery. All photos on this page are by Craig Morfitt.
1950 Bown 2-gear 2-stroke owned by Paul Martins (above and below)
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1952 Mobylette AV32 owned by Stephen DeCosta (above)
1953 Triumph T15 Terrier owned by Colleen Boorman (above)
1963 Triumph T20 Tiger Cub owned by Jesse Furtado
1963 Cyrus - modified with forks from a Maxi Puch (a.k.a. Puch Maxi)

Owned by Dean Boorman (at left)
1968 Yamaha YAS-1 owned by Dean Boorman (above and below)
1969 Lambretta Grand Prix 150 DL
Owned by Andy Chapman
1972 Velo Solex
Owned by Stephen DeCosta
1971 Kawasaki F6 125
Owned by Chris Shanks
1973 Honda CB100
Owned by Jose Almeida
1984 Yamaha DT125LC owned by Michael Maiato
Suzuki RC100
Above and left

1998 Honda NSR50

Owned by Quarry Racing Team
2004 Yamaha V50 owned by Jeremy Sunderaraj
2004 Yamaha Dragstar owned by Michael Harvey (above and below)
125cc chopper by Dean Boorman and Paul Martins
2006 Hyosung 150 chopper owned by Nelson DeSousa (above and below)
Below are some of the bikes that were on display outside the Gallery as part of the opening day activities
Triumph Tiger Cub owned by Rodney Roberts (above and below)
Triumph Tiger Cub owned by Zach Sagurs
Mobylette owned by Michael Anfossi
1952 Famous James owned by Anthony Amaral