People from all over the world have visited our museum. We have taken a selection of their comments from our visitor book and posted them below.
12 members of the Citroen Special club visited us and wrote a lovely article about us in their club magazine:
Clive Rushton – Chipping Sodbury, South Gloucestershire.
‘A very well thought out little museum. Part of our engineering past, very enjoyable, well done.’
Bob Selby – Sydney, Australia.
‘Hi Andrew, thanks for showing us your museum. To the best of my knowledge there are only two of these thingies in Australia. I brought them back (from the UK) some 12 years ago or more. They were sold new by Fowlers of Bristol, so they seem to come from your neck of the woods.’
Atzori Flumer – Italy
‘I think people have under estimated the original city moped. Thank you for showing me your museum.’
George Wessman – Stolkholm, Sweden.
‘Owner of two of the three in Sweden.’
K J – Nailsea, Bristol.
‘Very good museum, nice to see an example of British engineering of the past. The concept of tilting 3 wheels is again being revisited.’
Mr Chillier – Yate, South Gloucestershire.
‘Remember seeing the Ariel 3 around Yate shopping centre in early 1970. At the time I had a BSA C15.’
Dace Parcel – Bitton.
‘It’s great seeing the old stuff personal. Keep it up.’
Chris Bates – Stapleton, Bristol.
‘I rode an Ariel 3 in Bournemouth years ago.’
Michael Reynolds – Masteg, Mid Glamorgan.
Ted Chick – Garage owner, Brislington, Bristol.
‘Great little display.’
P Guard – South Gloucestershire
‘Excellent Ariel museum, brought back memories of my Ariel leader.’
Derek Hole – Englishcombe village
‘Tried Ariel 3 many years ago when dad was captain of Bristol speedway.’