A motorcycle built by Europe’s first sewing machine manufacturer more than 100 years ago is up for auction by Bonhams in Stafford next month.
Bikers will be given the chance to test some of the latest Kawasaki road bikes – as well as ride their own bikes on the track – during the 2017 Kawasaki World Tour.
The ultimate go-anywhere “motorcycle”, a 1944 NSU Kettenkrad, was sold for £51,750.
The nation’s first electric motorcycle bought with the new ‘plug in’ subsidy hit the roads on March 1, a day which rings in a new era for motorcyclists.
Have you have ever bought anything on eBay, you already know what an auction is and the real-world event is very similar to the online version.