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The National Motorcycle Museum is recognised as the finest and largest British motorcycle museum in the world and originally opened its doors in October with a collection of motorcycles on display. The Museum collection now boasts some plus machines, fully restored to the manufacturers original specifications with over on display at any one time. The National Conference Centre situated on the same site as the National Motorcycle Museum is also one of the UKs largest conferencing and events facilities. The award winning conference centre has 13 purpose built suites available, including the Wardroom, seating small parties of up to 20 guests, and the Imperial Suite which can host I have visited the National Motorcycle Museum several times now, both on my own and with my family. I was amazed at how many bikes were on display and how many different manufacturers bikes there were.

It was a rare bike when new, and it's rarer to find one today—and certainly not in this condition. That's because this is effectively brand new and unregistered, right down to the battery which has never been filled with dating norton motorcycles. So this Tiger is unregistered. The Avon mudplugger tyres are also original. But if that's too rich for you, he's got another TR7T with 9, miles on the clock. February Quick links.

Presented in excellent condition. Fittings include: Absolutely ideal to be towed by a classic and a Morris Minor would pull it at around only kg. Very collectable and charming classic caravan. Delivery, shipping and finance arranged. Based on a Velocette MSS.
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The Royal Enfield Bullet has the longest unchanged production run of any motorcycle having remained continuously in production since The Bullet has evolved from a four-valve engine with exposed valve-gear to the latest all-alloy unit construction engine with electronic fuel-injection. Introduced in as a four-stroke single cylinder motorcycle, this model was the first to feature the Bullet name. It differed in a number of ways from its successors which are now familiar: However, common to motorcycles of this period, it had a rigid rear-end, necessitating a 'sprung' seat for the rider, which resulted in the iconic look of the motorcycle that is much replicated today, even though the sprung seat is unnecessary in modern models. This model refreshed Royal Enfield's model line-up for

BMW was formed in to build aircraft engines during World War I, but the Treaty of Versailles prevented further aircraft manufacture, so the company turned to small motors instead. Its first, the M2B15 designed by Max Friz, was a sidevalve flat twin intended for light industrial use, but proved popular and durable for motorcycles, notably in Victoria and Helios machines, who installed the motor inline with the chassis. BMW invested heavily in research and racing with its roadsters growing more sophisticated by the year as the company set Land Speed Records and won races around the world with its ultra-sophisticated supercharged factory bikes. The roadsters gained pressed-steel frames and forks by , which have a unique Art Deco charm. A new generation was introduced in , using telescopic front forks and a new, quieter, smoother, more powerful twin-cam motor for the flat twins , in OHV or sidevalve configuration, from cc to cc. Rear springing was added in , along with the resumption of a range-topping cc sidevalve twin, the R This BMW R71 is in strong running condition, with letters from BMW confirming a date for engine and chassis, and it features an older restoration. The R71 is one of the rare prewar motorcycles which can be relied upon for daily service, and provide tremendous pride of ownership for such an unusual and beautiful machine. Information found on the website is presented as advance information for the auction lot.

The National Motorcycle Museum is recognised as the finest and largest British motorcycle museum in the world and originally opened its doors in October with a collection of motorcycles on display. The Museum collection now boasts some plus machines, fully restored to the manufacturers original specifications with over on display at any one time. The National Conference Centre situated on the same site as the National Motorcycle Museum is also one of the UKs largest conferencing and events facilities. The award winning conference centre has 13 purpose built suites available, including the Wardroom, seating small parties of up to 20 guests, and the Imperial Suite which can host I have visited the National Motorcycle Museum several times now, both on my own and with my family.