Mallory Park Bike Bonanza

By Web editor, 14 April 2014
Honda Six will be on H&H Classics stand

The Mallory Park Bike Bonanza, to be held over the weekend of July 11-13 will have something for everyone, ranging from club stands and parades, an autojumble, on track parades and appearances by top personalities, among them multi world champion Giacomo Agostini...

'Ago' will be taking to the Leicestershire track aboard an MV Agusta and lining up beside him will be local hero John Cooper, who beat the legendary Italian in one of the classic 'Race of the Year' events at the circuit back in 1971.

H&H Classics Ltd, event sponsors, has a dedicated classic motorcycle department and its specialists will be on hand to advise bike fans about the classic bike market, the auction process and valuations of their own motorcycles. H&H established the world record for the most expensive motorcyle ever sold at auction. The 1922 Brough Superior SS80 'Old Bill' appeared on the open market for the first time in over fifty years, and it successfully drew the interest of potential buyers from three continents and was sold for over £290,000.

Visitors to the company's stand will be able to cast their eye over a RC174 297cc 'Honda 6', MV Augusta MV500 3 and other classic machinery.

H&H's next motorcycle auction will be held on Wednesday April 24 at the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, Cambridgeshire.

www.handh.co.uk

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