World's largest MX bike collection to open

What its owners call the world's largest privately-owned museum of dirt bikes is to open next January in Illinois, USA. Called the Moto Armory, it houses hundreds of restored production motocross bikes plus lots of works machines too.

There are factory bikes from the like of Malcolm Smith, Gerrit Wolsink, Jeff Ward, Johnny O'Mara, Broc Glover, Ricky Carmichael, Carey Hart, Steve Lamson, Kevin Windham, Rick Burgett, Micky Dymond, Jeff "Chicken" Matiasevich, Andre Malherbe and Travis Pastrana right through to a Ryan Dungey KTM 450.

As well as motocross there are also enduro bikes, dirt track machines and lots of other memorabilia.

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The collection is an impressive archive of motocross

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