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Sheene display

WORLD EXCLUSIVE UNSEEN SHEENE DISPLAY

Incredible collection of nine Barry Sheene race bikes plus memorabilia
on display at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show Feb 14-16

 
In a tribute to one of the greatest and best loved motorcycle racers of all time, MCN have teamed up with Michelin, the Sheene family and Suzuki GB to create an unmissable display of Sheene machines and memorabilia. This unique collection includes no fewer than nine genuine ex-Sheene Grand Prix machines, including Sheene’s two world championship bikes plus the great man’s first Grand Prix machine, an exquisite 1967 125cc Suzuki twin: the bike which he rode to victory at the Mallory Park post TT in 1970. His first of many race wins. The assembly of bikes also includes three Yamaha Grand Prix machines from the early 1980s. These gems are exclusive to the Carole Nash MCN London show, so make sure you don’t miss the chance to see them in the metal.
 

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THE FULL LINE UP OF SHEENE MACHINES

1969 Suzuki 125 twin RT67 (1967 factory machine)
1976 Suzuki 500 XR14A (white/red Texaco Heron livery)
1977 Suzuki 500 XR14A (white/red Texaco Heron Forward Trust livery)
1978 Suzuki 500 XR22A (black/red Heron Texaco Marlboro livery)
1979 Suzuki 680 XR23A (black/red Texaco Heron livery)
1980 Yamaha TZ750 (white/red Akai livery)
1980 Yamaha TZ500 (black and red)
1981 Yamaha TZ750 (white)
1984 Suzuki RG500 XR45A Harris frame (DAF trucks livery)

HEAR FROM THE PEOPLE THAT KNEW HIM

Alongside this exclusive display we're also inviting two people who have unrivalled insight into Sheene's GP career and the machines he rode, including Sheene's 1976-77 team-mate Steve Parrish and his chief technician Martyn Ogborne.