The folks at Bonham sent over some images for their annual International Classic MotorCycle Show in Stafford, UK, on Sunday 28th April. I picked out four from the lot to highlight here.
Get more images and details after the jump below…
Velocette Viper :: A 1955 model that originally formed part of the factory’s press fleet – (estimate £8,000-12,000)
Brough Superior :: A 1931 SS80 that started life as a sidecar outfit with Ipswich Police before being converted to solo trim and raffled off to raise money for the Brough Superior Club is estimated at upwards of £50,000.
Vincent Black Shadow :: A motorcycle that formed part of a bid by the factory to set a new 24-hour speed record in 1952.
Brough Superior :: A 1926 SS80/100 model estimated to realise between £160,000 and £200,000 is a rare factory variant combining an SS100 frame with the SS80 sidevalve engine. Only a handful of these unusual machines were made, of which very few survive. Re-engined post-World War II with an overhead-valve SS100 unit, it won the ‘Re-build of the Year’ award at the Brough Superior Club’s Annual Rally in 2012.