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VINCENT UP FOR GRABS AS MUSEUM MARKS 30 YEARS

The National Motorcycle Museum is to hold a series of celebrations to mark its 30th birthday, culminating with an exclusive party on Friday, 31 October.
 
As well as live music there will be an eighties rock disco to get the party started and three, so far anonymous, stars from motorcycling over the past three decades will be interviewed on stage and will fire up their famous bikes.

Museum director James Hewing believes the events will help spread the message about the true size and practicality of the conference venue that adjoins the museum, which is close to the NEC in Birmingham.

The day after the party, 1 November – the actual anniversary of the museum’s opening to the public – the focus will be on the fantastic range of machines within the collection and entry to the museum will be free.

A major part of the celebrations is a raffle to win a 1951 Vincent Series C Rapide. The Vincent has matching numbers, is being serviced and will be all ready to go to its new owner following the Saturday draw. Second prize is a one-owner 1952 BSA Bantam D1 and third prize is a weekend break for two.

Tickets can be obtained by post/purchased from the National Motorcycle Museum on
01675 444123, e-mail [email protected]  or visit www.thenmmshop.co.uk

www.nationalmotorcyclemuseum.co.uk

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