Britain’s Got Biking Talent – The 12 winners
The voting has closed and thousands of votes have been cast and here are the 12 winners of Britain’s Got Biking Talent 2011:
|Harley/Norton café Racer, Andy Teare|
|Norton Rotary Café Racer, David Brown|
|Me + C and J Racing, Gavin Cupit|
|Martek/Suzuki Custom Build, Kevin Roberts|
|Honda RC162 Hailwood Tribute, Martin Dyke|
|Allsorts Handmade, Morgan Price|
|Harley-Davidson WLC Custome, Nick Gale|
|Moto Guzzi Le Mans 1979, Nick Sharp|
|Suzuki Bandit 600 1996, Nik Samson|
|Harley-Davidson Rocker 2009, Pete Pearson|
|Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster, Rachael Prevett|
|Suzuki RGV250R, Rich Steels|
The top 12 bikes will be at the Motorcycle Live Show between 19th November and 27th November 2011, where we will announce who has won the top 3 prizes.
The top 12 machines will be professionally photographed and will feature in the Carole Nash 2012 calendar. The three bikes that received the highest number of votes will then be awarded the following fantastic prizes.
The top 12 machines will be professionally photographed and feature in the Carole Nash 2012 calendar and be the stars of the Britain's Got Biking Talent stand at the NEC. The three bikes that receive the highest number of votes will then be awarded the following fantastic prizes.
First prize is: £1,000 cash a Protect A Bike motorcycle garage worth £1,049 and an Envy motorcycle lift.
Second prize: A limited edition Carl Fogarty tool chest worth £599.
Third prize: A pair of Sartso jeans, a Moto One base layer and a pair of Gerbing heated gloves together worth more than £250.