After the winning ticket in the National Motorcycle Museum’s Winter Raffle was drawn by former World Superbike champion Troy Bayliss live on stage at the International Classic MotorCycle Show at Stafford on Sunday, April 23, Roger Ward from Worksop became the astonished owner of a brand new 1200cc Triumph Thruxton R fitted with a ‘track racer’ kit.
Second prize in the museum’s raffle, a 1954 500cc AJS Model 18, went to Peter Baldesera of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and a luxury ‘classic’ weekend hotel break for two was won by Paul Wright from Ipswich.
A gorgeous 1960 500cc BSA DBD34 Gold Star Clubman is being offered as first prize in the museum’s April-November 2017 Summer Raffle, and a 250cc BSA C11G will go to the holder of the second ticket to be drawn, with a similar hotel break as third prize.
The draw will take place at the National Motorcycle Museum LIVE event on November 4.
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