THE Three H&H Classics Motorcycle Musketeers were in the thick of the 500 entries for this years famous Banbury Run once more – and came home in the silver.
To top off the fun of the day Mike Davis took the top award, the “Feridax Trophy” for best bike in the event.
Mike Davis, motorcycle specialist (left) on his 1925 New Imperial JAP racer, Mark Bryan (middle) Head of Motorcycle Sales on his 1926 New Imperial Model A, and Martin Crooks (right) auction staff on his 1926 AJS 500 wearing a green helmet that used to belong to his dad, Eddie Crooks who wore it back in the day when he was a professional rider and won a couple of ISDT events (international six day trials).
The Banbury Run is the biggest vintage motorcycle event in the world and consists of a series of timed or leisure routes of approximately 60 miles around the local villages.
The entry consists of up to 500 riders and is open to only pre 1931 motorcycles.
All three H&H bikes made it back safely in one piece having covered a lot of miles which included a 30 minute “pit/pub stop”
Mark Bryan says: “It’s a fantastic event and its great to take part and socialise with a lot of our customers”
The next H&H Classics motorcycle sale features 200 bikes worth an estimated £1m on July 26th at the National Motorcycle Museum.
For further information please contact the H&H Classics Press Office Tel: +44 (0)7970 563958