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See historic Hondas at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

Published: 30 January 2017

Updated: 30 January 2017

Fresh from its starring role in the BBC4 TV show The Reassembler with James May, the Honda Z50 Mini Trail will be on the David Silver Spares stand alongside ten other stunning bikes from the firm’s recently opened museum in Suffolk.

The Z50 was stripped down to individual components and then painstakingly put together by the Grand Tour presenter and long time Honda enthusiast. Other classic Honda’s on the David Silver display include:

1969 Honda CB750 KO
1963 Honda C100
1950 Honda Benly
1950 Honda Dream
1961 Honda CE71
1977 Honda CB750F (road rep)
1968 Honda CB450D
1974 Honda TR1 LTD
1976 Honda SS50 (ex James May)
1982 Honda CB900F

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

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