The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

Auction Details


Excel Centre
Royal Victoria Dock
1 Western Gateway
London E16 1XL

Date 13 Feb 2016
Time 2:30PM

Friday 12th February from 9.00am to 5.00pm
Saturday 13th February from 9.00am to 2.30pm

Location Excel Centre, London, UK
Admission Admission by catalogue only (admits two to auction)
Collection Terms Terms & Conditions of Business


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The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 2016 RESULTS

1994 Bimota SB6 1100


In 1994 Bimota wrapped their delicious racing frame around Suzuki’s awesome 154 bhp GSXR1100 motor and then clad it in carbon fibre/fibreglass bodywork to create the SB6R. MCN, in their test report, stated that the SB6R is “for...

1982 Honda CX500 Turbo


The world’s first proper turbocharged production bike, the CX500 Turbo, was launched in 1982. Based on the relatively unglamorous middleweight CX500, with its transverse 8-valve, pushrod 80° v-twin motor, the intention was to produce a mid-sized engine with...

1981 Kawasaki Z1300


Although considered the ultimate ‘autobahn stormer’ of the day, the Z1300’s size and appreciable running costs meant it sold in limited numbers, particularly in European markets, but its relative rarity and outlandishness make the Z13 a highly sought...

1936 Rudge 250 Sport


Rudge motorcycles were manufactured from 1911 to 1946, and the Birmingham firm was highly regarded for its innovative engineering solutions. Rudge enjoyed a string of successes at the Isle of Man TT races during the 1930s.

This fine...

1994 Honda RVF750R RC45


It started well for Honda in the World Superbike Championship. A VFR750R (RC30) took the first two titles in 1988 and ’89, but then Ducati took a hat-trick of victories, followed by Kawasaki winning in 1993. Honda needed...

1986 Cagiva GP500 Tipo C10

Ex Joan Garriga and Raymond Roche


The 1980s were exciting times for 500cc GP racing, when names like Spencer, Gardner, Lawson, Rainey, Mamola and Schwantz battled for supremacy on ferocious, over-powered two-stoke machines that would spin their tyres and high-side their riders at the tiniest...

1957 Ducati 125 GP Bialbero


Having joined Ducati from Mondial in 1954, Ing. Fabio Taglioni’s first project was to design and develop what became the 98cc Grand Sport. This pushrod OHC single-cylinder racer, nicknamed the Marianna, was designed to put Ducati on the...

1973 Laverda 3C 1000


During the late 1960s and early 1970s Laverda faced intense competition, not just from the Japanese makers with their flashy multi-cylindered superbikes, but also from more local rivals like Benelli, Ducati and Moto Guzzi. So, in 1968, and...

1959 MV Agusta 235 Tevere


Having started motorcycle production in late 1945 with a 98cc two-stroke, Count Agusta’s Meccanica Verghera (MV) introduced its first production four-stroke road bikes, a pair of 175 models, at the 1952 Milan Show. The 235 Tevere was unveiled...