About Cycles Classic Cafe Museum

Welcome to Phase One of The Cycles Classic Cafe Museum of Historic Beverly
Massachusetts USA. For us, this collection is a dream come true. This museum
is a silver lining to the 2020 pandemic, it gave us the extra time and space to
make our dream come true. What makes the CCC Museum Collection unique is
that every Motorcycle and Scooter came to us from friends and customers “hey,
I’ve got this old bike…” then rolling in through the front door. That’s right, none
of the bikes in the collection were sought out and purchased for the collection.
Conversely, we sought out, acquired, and curated our automobilia collection
during the 2020 pandemic. Yes, it’s true, we went pickin’! in April, May, June,
and July of 2020, fleshing out our displays with fascinating classic artifacts.
Our collection is a common man’s collection, nothing too fancy here. All
the bikes tell a story about the previous owner through wear and tear, rust,
restorations, and stickers from places visited. However, some of these bikes are
very old and rare. For an example, our oldest Motorcycle a 1907 Merkel Light,
also very significant is our recently acquired 1924 Ner-A-Car. CCC Museum
Collection houses part of the Gould family collection in a custom built rack – 6
very rare classic motorcycles dating from 1919-1930 an amazing decade In
motorcycle history!
Phase two of our CCC Museum will include a Ducati showroom and lounge
area. Additionally, our back room will serve as a meeting place, conference
room and live/video training center and soon our garage & shop display will be a
functioning repair bay. Phase 3 will be building our “Zero Mile Diner”. a Farm to
Table restaurant featuring all natural organic dining. Watch for more information
about future events. Wishing You All A Wonderful Year. Enjoy The Ride!
Sincerely yours,
Rob Cerundolo – Curator
Cycles Classic Cafe® Museum – a NEPS® Company