Win a Triumph Thruxton TFC with the National Motorcycle Museum
One lucky winner will have a brand-new Thruxton registered to them, one of just 750 made by the British manufacturer.
The Triumph Factory Custom (TFC) models represent the crème de la crème of Triumph’s ranges with only the finest components fitted for a custom bike feel with a factory finish.
The second prize is a Sealey MC680E electro hydraulic motorcycle lift worth over £1600 and third is a luxury hotel break and dinner for two including a VIP museum tour and one night stay and dinner at the new Marco Pierre White Steakhouse in the Manor Hotel, Meriden.
The winner of the museum’s summer raffle has also been announced as Mrs Sally Peace from Machynlleth, Wales, who took home a brand-new/old stock Triumph Trident T160.
The draw for the Winter Raffle will take place on Sunday, April 26, 2020 at the International Classic Motorcycle Show, Stafford. Tickets are £2 each and can be purchased directly from the museum, through museum website (www. thenmm.co.uk) or through certain specialist magazines.
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Triumph Trident up for grabs
First published: 20 May 2019 by Dan Sutherland
It’s a 1977 Triumph Trident T160V powered by a 750cc air-cooled triple, a fabulous machine in its day and this one even more so as it’s never been run or registered. The odometer shows just nine miles from 40 years of being pushed around.
Second prize is a cool, retro-inspired tool 10-drawer tool chest from Sealey that has an RRP of £815. While third prize is a luxury hotel break and dinner for two at Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse at The Manor Hotel, Meriden, near Coventry.
The results of the NMM Winter Raffle were drawn on April 28 by TT star Ian Hutchinson. Dave Street of Aberdeenshire was the winner, taking home a ‘new old stock’ 1977 Norton Commando 850cc, which had also never been run or registered.
The draw for the Summer Raffle will take place on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at the Museum Live event. Tickets are £2 each and can be purchased directly from the museum, through museum website (www. thenmm.co.uk) or through certain specialist magazines.