If you fancy adding another classic to your stable, or even getting your first, a new competition run by the National Motorcycle Museum could be just what you need.
The museum receives no external funding so relies on visitor income as well as support from its conference business and two sister hotels.
Director James Hewing said: “Without income from our sister businesses, there is little likelihood of the museum opening and remaining open.
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“The museum itself requires a surplus of around £500,000 per year to break even. All of our business activities are in one of the hardest hit sectors.”
To help raise funds, the NMM is launching a special Covid-19 appeal raffle with the chance to win one of three classics…
■ First prize – 1977 Norton Commando 850cc, brand new old stock
■ Second – 1948 Ariel NG 350cc, restored by the museum
■ Third – 1959 BSA B31 350cc, restored by the museum
The draw will take place on Monday, December 21, at the museum. Tickets cost £6; they’ll be with our October subscription copies, or can be obtained online from www.thenmm.co.uk
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