Close to 74 bikes are expected to go under the hammer at the Devitt MCN Ally Pally Bike Show in London that will kick off on Saturday. Some of the iconic classics that are expected to be auctioned at the bike show include MVs, Kawasakis and much more. However, that is not what will interest one. All the 74 models are being sold by a single owner.
Here are some of the classics that will be sold on the day-long bike show.
The 73’ MV Agusta GP500/3 Triple
The last of the MV racing triple to be built has been ridden by the 22-time world champion Giacomo Agostini, reports suggest. The bike was maintained by a former employee of MV’s race department, Lucio Castelli and portrays the final run of the classic 50-cc of MV three-cylinder racer.
1967 Triumph T120R Bonneville
Keith Martin from Dallas is lauded for his restoration work on this beauty. The bike, which is mostly made from all the original parts, has hovered around 160km post its restoration in 2014 and is expected to carry a price tag of 8000 pounds to 14,000 pounds.
1969 Honda CB750
The 69’ Honda is not only unique because of its well-maintained condition but also for being one of the 1000 CB750s that were fitted with gravity cast crankcases.
The hand-built models from California by Honda to test the market for superbikes. With 11,299 recorded miles on the bike, is expected to be priced between 20,000 pounds and 30,000 pounds.
1926 Scott TT
‘Rare’ might be an understatement for the 1926 Scott TT which is one of the only three that was manufactured by the company. The iconic low-seated bike carrying a 498-cc recorded 92.2mph on the Sulby straight and 107mph on the drop to Hillberry.
Apart from these, the MCN Ally Pally auction will also see plenty of Italian icons including the 1975 Laverda SFC Electronica and a sublime 1976 Ducati 900SS. Apart from that, no less than six MV Agustas are up for grabs.