ULVERSTON welcomed an incredible display on vintage motor bikes at the Phil Cotton Classic Bikes Working Museum.

The motor lovers and bike fans could not stay away.

The Mail, on July 22, took a look round the Victoria Road site which was crammed with machines and memorabilia from the 1920s to the modern era of superbike racing machines.

Among the famous British names represented in the constantly changing collection of around 70 bikes were Norton, Royal Enfield. Triumph and BSA.

Grabbing plenty of attention from visitors in 1994 was a Royal Enfield 180 combination, bought new by a window cleaner in 1928 and later restored by a millionaire with his own private mechanic.