Dispelling the coronavirus blues, the National Motorcycle Museum has another treat lined-up this summer thanks to its summer raffle.
Museum director James Hewing said: “We have another amazing ‘new/old stock’ first prize for our raffle with a brand new 1977 Triumph T140 Silver Jubilee Bonneville which has never been run or registered and is showing just four ‘push miles’ only.”
Second prize is a Sealey Retro Style Combination Tool Chest (RRP £850) and third is a luxury hotel break and dinner for two, which includes VIP museum tour and dinner at the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse in the Manor Hotel, Meriden.
Winner of the NMM’s winter raffle to win a new Triumph Thruxton was Andrew Winscom.
Due to the Covid-19 lockdown the raffle was drawn by road racing star John ‘Mooneyes’ Cooper at his Derbyshire home.
The draw for the summer raffle will be on October 31 at The National Motorcycle Museum LIVE event. Tickets cost £2 each. Details at www.thenmm.co.uk
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