Bike of the day: 1914 Clyno

Published: 12 February 2017

Over 130 bikes go under the hammer at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show on February 18 as the second Coys auction gets underway. We’ve been through the catalogue and picked our highlights, here’s today’s tempting buy...

1914 Clyno

In its heyday Clyno was the third largest car manufacturer in the UK after Austin and Morris, but went into liquidation in 1929. During its lifetime Clyno sold over 15,000 motorcycles and 40,000 motor vehicles. Fully restored in 2015 and in competition spec with a low handlebar and a leather Brooks saddle, this fine machine is beautifully detailed and looks resplendent in its blue and white paint scheme

 Estimated: £30,000 - £50,000

The auction takes place in the main hall at the show so you’ll be able to watch the bidding action, if you want to bid on one of the machines you’ll need to purchase a £5 catalogue that admits two people into the bidding area.

Discount show tickets

Save £££s on Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle show tickets by buying before 14th Feb.

Standard adult tickets costs £17 (£21 from Feb 15th onwards), children go free – Ticket prices include show entry and live action!

New for 2017

Adult Paddock Pass (£40) includes tiered seating plus the chance to get your favourite rider’s autograph and enjoy the Slide with the best view in the house. Currently there is Paddock Pass availability for Friday am only – grab them before they go! 

Book now to avoid disappointment via www.MCNmotorcycleshow.com