The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

Auction Details

Address

ExCeL London
Western Gateway
Royal Victoria Dock
London
E16 1XL

Date 17 Feb 2018
Time 2:00PM
Viewing

Friday 16th February from 10.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday 17th February from 9.00am to the start of the sale

Location London, UK
Admission Admission by Catalogue (Admits Two)

The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 2018 LOT LIST

1969 Triumph Bonneville 650cc

ESTIMATE £8,000-£10,000

The original Triumph Bonneville was a 650cc parallel-twin (two-cylinder) motorcycle manufactured by Triumph Engineering and later by Norton Villiers Triumph between 1959 and 1974. It was based on the company's Triumph Tiger T110 and was fitted with that bike's...

1920 Rudge Multi 500cc

ESTIMATE £15,000-£20,000

The first Rudge Whitworth motorcycle saw the light of day in 1910 and by 1911 the first example to have the remarkably successful, infinitely variable ‘Multi’ gear appeared. The success of the machine and its sound engineering can be...

1966 Triumph TR6

ESTIMATE £7,000-£9,000

The TR6 Trophy is a motorcycle that was made by Triumph, in Meriden, from 1956 to 1973, when it was replaced by the five-speed 750-cc Triumph Tiger TR7V. During this time, it was a successful model, particularly in the...

1960 Tribsa BSA 750cc

ESTIMATE £8,000-£10,000

The Tribsa, or Tri-B.S.A.,was a custom built café racer or off road motorcycle of the 1960s and 1970s. Its name was an amalgamation of Triumph and BSA. The purpose was to combine the best elements of each marque to...

1975 Honda 750-4

ESTIMATE £7,000-£9,000

The Honda CB750 is quite easily one of the top 10 most important motorcycle models of the 20th century. 

 

The CB750 was originally built to fulfill the requests of US and European Honda dealers who saw the potential for a...

1929 Sunbeam Model 2

ESTIMATE £6,000-£8,000

Already established as makers of high-quality bicycles, the firm of John Marston Ltd, of Wolverhampton, introduced the first Sunbeam motorcycle, a 350cc sidevalve single, in 1912. The marque quickly established a reputation for sporting prowess, achieving second place in...

1950 Norton Big Four

ESTIMATE £7,000-£9,000

The Model 1, or more commonly known as Big 4 was a Norton motorcycle made between 1907 and 1954 in various forms. With 633 cc (38.6 cu in), it was the largest and most powerful side valve engine, with...

1923 Motobecane 175cc

ESTIMATE £3,000-£4,000

This is a unique Motobecane from 1923 which signifies the first year Motobecane began production of motorbikes.

 

This particular example is in very good condition and has been used for display purposes at numerous classic automobile events over the last...

Kawazaki Z1 Cafe Racer

ESTIMATE £9,500-£11,500

The Kawasaki Z1 is a four-cylinder, air-cooled, double-overhead camshaft, carbureted, chain-drive, two passenger motorcycle introduced in 1972 by Kawasaki. Following the introduction of Honda's CB750 in 1968, the Z1 helped popularize the in-line, cross-frame four-cylinder, a format that became...