Herald lap it up on the Wall Of Death
Herald Motor Co – the Cambridgeshire based importer and manufacturer of 125cc and 250cc motorcycles – has announced sponsorship of the Original Wall Of Death show, supplying three modified Classic 250cc models, in red, white and blue, for the Hell Riders Race, the finale of the show.
The bikes will feature at numerous motorcycling, motoring and music festivals, that the Wall Of Death will attend over the next year, making their debut at the Dirt Quake, Kings Lynn this weekend.
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Luke Fox, the star rider on the Wall Of Death, tested the Herald bikes and thought they would be perfect for the show. Herald custom built the three bikes to Luke’s specification, which have also been painted to replicate the colours of the famous Minis from The Italian Job.
“We like to think that riding a Herald is more than just about the ownership of a motorbike, it is about the experiences you have and making them fun. We are excited to see the Wall Of Death bikes reaching out to new audiences at not just motorcycle events, but motoring custom and music festivals around the UK,” said Robert Croxall, Business Operations Manager at Herald Motor Co.
If you fancy riding a Herald on tarmac, rather than the inside of a vertical wooden drum, the Classic 250 is priced at £2750, whilst the four Custom variants cost £3500.