The National Motorcycle Museum raffle has been drawn and the winner of the 1951 Vincent Rapide Series C 1000cc Motorcycle has been announced.
The raffle was drawn by TT superstar John McGuinness – whilst bouncing on a trampoline – at the museum’s 30th anniversary open day on Saturday 1 November.
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First Prize – 1951 Vincent Rapide Series C 1000cc Motorcycle.
Winner- Mrs Sharon Shaw, London. Ticket No 1285048
Second Prize- 1952 BSA Bantam D1 125cc Motorcycle.
Winner- Ms Rachel Daynes, Wales. Ticket No 0895555
Third Prize- Luxury “classic” weekend break for two people. www.thewindmillvillagehotel.co.uk
Winner- Mr Matthew Williams, Lancashire. Ticket No 1437421
Following on from the above results, the National Motorcycle Museum is pleased to announce the details of their winter raffle – where a brand new Norton Commando 961 Cafe Racer, with a value of £18,000, is to be the 1st prize.
Here’s full details on the prizes up for grabs:
1st Prize-Brand new Norton Commando 961cc Cafe Racer Motorcycle (includes special paintwork and high specification factory extra’s-total value £18,000).
2nd Prize-1958 BSA C12 250cc Motorcycle (fully restored in the Museum’s workshop).
3rd Prize- Luxury “classic” weekend break for two people. www.thewindmillvillagehotel.co.uk
The draw will take place on Sunday 26 April 2015 at the International Classic Motorcycle Show at Stafford.
Tickets will be distributed during December 2014 via subscription copies of the specialist classic motorcycling press and can also be obtained via the Museum on (01675) 444123 or e-mail [email protected]. They can also be ordered on-line at www.thenmmshop.co.uk