A unique example of one of the greatest late British bikes is up for grabs in the National Motorcycle Museum’s summer raffle.
Following the success of the winter raffle for an unused Norton Commando, the summer offering is for an as-new 1977 Triumph Trident 750. Museum director James Hewing stated: “We have a stunning prize for our summer raffle by offering another brand new/old stock machine.
“This time it’s a 1977 Triumph Trident T160V which has never been run or registered and is showing just nine ‘push’ miles only.” Second prize is a Sealey retro style 10 drawer combination tool chest worth £850, while third prize is a luxury hotel break at the Manor Hotel, Meriden and dinner for two at the hotel’s Marco Pierre White Steakhouse.
The winning ticket in the National Motorcycle Museum’s winter raffle prize of A Norton Commando 850 was drawn by TT superstar Ian Hutchinson at the International Classic Motorcycle Show, Stafford. Dave Street of Aberdeenshire was the lucky winner. The draw for the T160V Trident will take place on Saturday, October 26 at the Museum LIVE event at The National Motorcycle Museum. Tickets cost £2 each via the museum on (01675) 444123 or online at www.thenmm.co.uk