A MUSEUM OF OUR OWN WORK IS UNDER WAY. HERE’S SOME EXHIBITS.
These are NOT for sale.

1959 TRIUMPH T120

The 1959 Bonnie was known as the Tangerine Dream, that due to the colour scheme. However from May 1959 on a further batch was made, this time in two tone blue, exactly as the revised 1960 models. This is one of the very few of the 495 left.

1959 B.S.A. DBD34 GOLD STAR

The B.S.A. singles won so many events that they were renamed Gold Stars. Hard to Beat on the dirt or track, most have since long gone The street versions had to be well maintained, so most of these have become rarities too.

1960 TRUIMP TR6

Known as the 'desert sled' Triumph Trophies were virtually unbeatable. Various street versions were made. This was rebuilt in 1988, fitted with 12 volts and a five speed gearbox and has given many hours of pleasure.

1962 NORTON 88SS

Almost unknown of or forgotten, the Norton 88SS was and is an exceptional performer. Produced only from 1962-1966, this 500cc.model was timed at 117.6 m.p.h. in the street (P.R.) on the Isle of man. Owned since 1966, it is now back as it left Bracebridge St.

 

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