OPPORTUNITIES ABOUND WITH AMPED

October 17th, 2019.

The new AMPED A10 electrically-powered balance bikes are now available from stock at Dualways.


The A10 bridges the gap between standard balance bikes and motorcycles, offering the perfect way to introduce the skills of throttle control and balance to children aged from two to six years.

The Amped A10 uses a 100W motor, powered by a 18V IBV Lithium battery, capable of a top speed of around 8-10mph, with the motor producing 4.4ft-lb of torque. The pace of the A10 is around the same as that of a fast walk and so manageable for supervising parents. It bridges the gap between a conventional balance bike and a motorcycle thereby allowing kids to progress to focused machines more quickly.

The A10 weighs in at just...
 
 
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BEST OF BRITISH SET TO ‘TRIUMPH’ AT BONHAMS AUTUMN STAFFORD SALE

October 11th, 2019.

A very special collection from the famous London Motorcycle Museum representing the ‘Best of British’ is one of the highlights being offered for sale in next month’s Bonhams Autumn Stafford Sale taking place at the Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show at the Staffordshire County Showground (19-20 October).


The Bill Crosby Collection as displayed at The London Motorcycle Museum, has been carefully curated by Bill Crosby since the 1960s, the museum’s founder and well-known former Triumph dealer.[stop]

The fantastic selection of over 80 motorcycles from Bill’s personal collection, represents the golden age of the great British motorcycle engineering, and charts the

development of so many marques from AJS to Velocette, via BSA, Matchless, Norton, Triumph and Rudge.

As would be expected, the bulk of the collection, expected to realise a total of circa £300,000, wears the Triumph badge, including the following gems:

Triumph TS8-1 Prototype, estimate £8,000 – 14,000
Fitted with a TSX8 engine, ONE ‘push’ mile from new.

c.1971 Triumph 650cc TR6P Police Motorcycle, estimate £5,000 – 7,000
Based on the TRCR roadster, also known as the ‘Tiger’, built to police specification, reflecting Triumph’s history of providing machines to police forces around the world.

1964 Triumph 500cc TRW Military Motorcycle, estimate £3,000 – 5,000
Finished in ‘Army Green’ this unrestored Trophy-based TRW comes complete with luggage rack, canvas panniers and a brass plaque confirming its order by the Ministry of Defence.

1977 Triumph 750cc T140V ‘Strongbow’ Flat Tracker, estimate £8,000 – 10,000
One of a batch of six or seven T140V Bonnevilles built by Triumph for flat-track racing in the UK towards the end of 1977.

1928 Triumph 549cc Model NSD with Swallow Sidecar, estimate £6,000 – 9,000
The NSD was the ultimate development of Triumph’s landmark and successful Model P, which was produced at the rate of 1,000 bikes per week in the 1920s. This example is eligible for and has participated in Vintage events such as the Banbury Run.

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Other highlights of the circa 400-lot Bonhams Autumn Stafford Sale include:

1927 Brough Superior Overhead 680 Project, estimate £60,000 – 80,000.

This early, Vintage-era Overhead 680, with matching frame and engine numbers, was purchased in 1955 (for £40!) by the vendor's late father. It was attached to a Milford sidecar and the owner's father passed his test on the Brough combination.

In the 1970s the machine completed several Banbury Runs, winning many awards 'RR 7112' has been restored at various times during the family's 64-year ownership, and was last taxed to the end of February 1990. Last run circa 10 years ago and now offered for restoration.

1948 Norton 350cc Manx Racing Motorcycle, estimate £16,000 – 20,000.

This example of the best-known racing motorcycle of all time is the last 1948 model built, so-called due to its plunger-suspended ‘garden gate’ frames. Ridden in that year’s Manx Grand Prix, it was later owned by the celebrated tuner/entrant, Reg Dearden of Chorlton, Manchester, sponsor of countless riders including stars such as Geoff Duke, Gary Hocking and Dave Chadwick. It has since been displayed at the International Classic Bike Show and is now offered as ‘un-restored’.

1949 Vincent HRD 998cc Series-C Rapide, estimate £22,00


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