Rossi Museum – Valentino Rossi thinks to realize a museum. The Italian champion will follow Jorge Lorenzo, who opened a Museum recently. The Spanish rider presented his motorcycle Museum, called World Champions JL99 Collection, in May. A total area of 400 square meters. The new Museum will officially open its doors in the first half of July.
Moto GP riders are “on holiday” and will be back on track Sunday, June 26, at Assen, after two weeks off. However, the activities continue. Valentino Rossi will open a museum. This was confirmed by the microphones of Motor Sport Magazine. “I’m planning a museum with all my stuff. We’re working on for four or five years. Now, we have arrived very close to the end. We’re at 90%. The part allocated to the trophies is very big and beautiful with many major cups. I am very happy. I hope in the next few years you can open a good Museum for the fans.” explained Rossi.
Rossi Museum could show a lot of great bikes
The Rossi Museum will certainly be a major attraction for all his fans. It will attract many visitors. However, the possible opening date is not sure. The Yamaha’s rider speaks about a few years, but we are already impatient. We want to see the whole story of his motorcycle, helmets, trophies, images and much more. No one outside of the highly trusted circle of Rossi’s friends knows exactly which and how many bikes there will be in the new Rossi’s museum. We can see the Yamaha M1, the Cagiva 125, the Aprilia 125cc and 250cc, maybe even the Honda NSR500 and the RC211V. In most pilots’ contracts, a part of the bonus if you win the title, it is the bike used in the world championship. For this reason, Mick Doohan has five NSR in his trophy room. However, Rossi did not have a similar clause written in the margins of the agreements with the HRC.