National Motorcycle Museum offering chance to win Triumph T140J Silver Jubilee Bonneville

The National Motorcycle Museum is giving motorcycle enthusiasts the chance to win a brand new/old stock Triumph T140J Silver Jubilee Bonneville in the musuem’s summer raffle.

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James Hewing, Museum Director, said: “We have another amazing new/old stock first prize for our summer raffle with a brand new/old stock Triumph T140J Silver Jubilee Bonneville, which has never been run or registered and is showing just four ‘push’ miles.”

 

What’s up for grabs?

1st Prize – Brand New/Old Stock 1977 Triumph Bonneville T140J Silver Jubilee motorcycle. 

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2nd Prize – Sealey Retro Style Combination Tool Chest. Blue & white 10 drawer retro style tool chest -RRP £850.00

3rd Prize – Luxury Hotel Break & Dinner for two people. Includes VIP museum tour, 1 night stay & dinner at the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse in the Manor Hotel, Meriden www.manorhotelmeriden.co.uk

Despite not being able to host the Museum LIVE event this year, the National Motorcycle Museum will hold the summer raffle draw as planned on Saturday, October 31.

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1977 Norton Commando 850cc Motorcycle 

Emergency raffle

The National Motorcycle Museum has also launched an emergency Covid-19 an appeal raffle.

“The special Covid-19 appeal raffle has the chance to win the following fantastic classic motorcycles, one new/old stock and two which have been restored in the museum’s workshops.” 

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The Covid-19 appeal raffle will be drawn at the museum on Monday, December 21, when one lucky first prize winner will receive a brand new/old stock 1977 Norton Commando 850cc Interstate.

Tickets cost £2.00 each for our summer raffle, £6.00 each for the Covid-19 appeal raffle, and both can be entered by visiting www.nationalmotorcyclemuseum.co.uk/bike-raffle/

“Whilst the museum remains closed due to Covid-19, every raffle ticket purchased at this difficult time makes a huge difference, and The National Motorcycle Museum wants to thank everyone for their support so far,” the Museum added.

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