Built in Britain winners unveiled
09 December 2013 10:34
Motorcycle Live saw the grand finale of Built in Britain with Carole Nash, as the ultimate winners were unveiled and prizes awarded by Carole Nash’s Ambassador SBK star Jonathan Rea.
It was third time lucky for Lincolnshire’s Gavin Clarke whose 1979 Honda CX500 scooped the top amateur prize. His perseverance with the contest saw him accepting a cheque for £1,000 from Jonathan Rea and a 15 drawer Sealey Topcab and Rollchest with 147 piece toolkit.
Lindsay Young was the amateur runner up with his 2003 Triumph Bonnie winning him a Sealey Topchest 5-drawer with ball bearing runners in black with a 138pc toolkit.
Scooping the Pro Builder prize was Frank Hunsperger‘s BMW K100 which the Liverpool biker commissioned Ben Kingham at BSK Speedworks to transform into a road legal replica of the bike he campaigns on in the British Historic Racing BEARS series.
All three winning bikes, together with the nine other finalists, can be admired in the 2014 Carole Nash calendar which you can get your hands on at the Carole Nash London Motorcycle Show between the 14 – 16 February 2014.