About Moto Talbott
One of the premier motorcycle collections on the West Coast
Moto Talbott museum in Carmel, California, features more than 170 iconic motorcycles from 16 countries, and is located on one of Northern California’s most beautiful motorcycle roads.
Hours and Admission
The non-profit Moto Talbott museum is open four days per week and includes plentiful free parking. Get information about about lodging, local rides, and everything you need to have a great visit.
Plan Your Visit
Moto Talbott is located in the beautiful Carmel Valley, close to wineries, restaurants, the Big Sur coast, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, and the most beautiful motorcycle roads in California.
Kenny Roberts Race Bikes Now on Display
We just acquired two Yamahas belonging to racing legend and three-time GP world champ Kenny Roberts: a dirt track bike from the mid-‘70s, and one of the two-stroke YZR500s that Roberts rode to his GP championships ('78-'80).
An Interview with Moto Talbott Restorer Bobby Weindorf
Imagine if your fulltime job was fettling more than 170 of the world’s most beautiful motorcycles. Welcome to the world of Bobby Weindorf, former factory race mechanic, motorcycle dealer, and ace restorer.
Featured From the Collection
The motorcycles you find at Moto Talbott don’t conform to any one genre. You’ll find bikes from 16 countries, spanning decades. There are pristine examples of iconic bikes, unrestored barn finds, and even the occasional chopper or minibike. You’ll also find artifacts from Robb’s rich family history in and around Carmel, historic toys, and the occasional bicycle.
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