1929 Douglas IoM Racer


National Motor Museum, Australia

National Motor Museum, Australia
Birdwood, Australia

The 'IoM' range of motorcycles was released by Bristol-based UK manufacturer Douglas to celebrate their famous win at the 1923 Isle of Man Tourist Trophy (TT). The Isle of Man TT is perhaps the most famous motorcycle race in the world, and is a form of time trial introduced in 1907. The race has several classes for motorcycles of different type and capacity. Tom Sheard won the 1923 Senior race on a Douglas RA. While this vehicle was never raced professionally, it is an early example of factory replica or tributes to famous racing motorcycles.


  • Title: 1929 Douglas IoM Racer
  • Creator: Douglas
  • Date Created: 1929-01-01/1929-12-31
  • Location: Birdwood, South Australia
  • Provenance: Believed to be purchased by museum founder Jack Kaines prior to the collection being aquired by the State Government of South Australia.
  • Subject Keywords: motor racing, racing, Sport
  • Rights: Mike Annese, CC-BY-NC, photographer: Mike Annese

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