A Champion Exhibition at Beaulieu's National Motor Museum's Motorcycle Gallery
An outstanding new exhibition is now on display in the National Motor Museum’s Motorcycle Gallery. It consists of an exceptional collection of seven World and British Championship Superbike Ducatis, ridden to glory by stars of the track John Reynolds, Niall MacKenzie, Neil Hodgson, Michael Rutter, Sean Emmett, Paul Marra Brown and Steve Hislop.
Each bike has been treated to an immaculate coat of paint and new tyres to bring them back to their pre-race glory, making the display one of the most enduring images of Italian racing machines around.
Making up the rest of the exhibit are picture boards giving a resumé of each machine and rider, with a tally of their championship wins while display cabinets showcase racing leathers, helmets, team shirts and other memorabilia.
National Motor Museum Manager Doug Hill says: We are delighted to bring our motorcycle display into the 21st century with this wonderful collection of British Superbike Ducatis. I doubt that there is a collection to rival this series of race bikes at Beaulieu.”
For more information on this display please visit http://www.beaulieu.co.uk/motormuseum/ to view each bike under the Motor Collection.
International Autojumble, Beaulieu Event Fields, Saturday 8th - Sunday 9th September 2007
This year celebrating its 40th anniversary, the International Autojumble is pleased to announce its new show sponsor, Classics Monthly. Gary Stretton, Editor of Classics Monthly said ”In our tenth year, Classics Monthly is delighted to be the proud new media sponsor for Beaulieu Autojumble. Along with our readers, we agree that Beaulieu is the spiritual home of the autojumble, inspiring tremendous affection from enthusiasts worldwide. At its heart, Autojumble provides unity and camaraderie by helping owners to keep their classics on the road. Long may it do so!”
The traditionally cosmopolitan flavour of the International Autojumble will be much in evidence again this year with an encouraging increase in new exhibitors from Europe and further afield, including Australia and Japan. With over 2,000 stands, groaning with all kinds of classic motoring ephemera, there is something for everyone and lots of bargains to be had.
The Automart will have over 200 cars on offer, from restoration projects to cars in concours condition. In addition, on Saturday, Bonhams will be holding a sale of collectors’ cars and Automobilia.
One of the most important cars in the National Motor Museum collection will be ‘welcomed home‘ during this year’s Autojumble after a lengthy mechanical rebuild. More details to follow .....
Ticket prices are 1-day adult, £12.25 (Sat), £11.00 (Sun), child £7.00 (Sat), £6.50 (Sun), less if booked in advance, and includes admission to the National Motor Museum, Palace House & Gardens and Beaulieu Abbey. To take advantage of early booking discounts please call the ticket hotline on 01590 612888 or visit www.beaulieu.co.uk/tickets
For more information on Beaulieu International Autojumble please visit www.beaulieuautojumble.co.uk
For stand enquiries telephone 01590 614614, email: email@example.com.