An Early Ch%£&*@)€ Present? Without meaning to sound like a propagandist for Bohmans; the well-noted auction house seems to have come by a number of rather incredibly desirable, classic/vintage motorcycles.



BONHAMS RARE MOTORCYCLE LOTS

The lots include; a 1936 Brough Superior, 1949 Vincent Black Shadow, 1950 AJS 7R, 1977 MV Agusta 750S America and my personal favourite; the 1963 BSA Rocket Gold Star. And that is the bike I would be bidding on if I had £25,000 to £30,000 in spare change, to spend on a museum piece.

A Real Bargin

The BSA RGS has the lowest list price, however, it’s not for that reason that it would get my bids. It’s such a uniquely beautiful machine.
Maybe, it’s the way that the engine and tank look as though they’ve been carved out of one piece. Maybe it’s, way the pipe heads subtly curve and flow towards the back of the bike – forming a hybrid of cones and peashooter silencers. Or maybe it’s just the highly polished tank.

In all honesty, I can’t quite put my finger on why I adore the RGS so much. I’ve never so much as sat on one but I believe if I ever do, it will be pretty close to nirvana.




Aside, these classic motorcycles, are going to be auctioned off at the Bond Street, sales house, in December. If you’re a collector, you may consider treating yourself, to an early Chirst*£[email protected] present. [I refuse to write/say the ‘C-word’ until it’s least the 24th of December]. Oh and while you’re on New Bond Street at Bonhams, pick up 1963 BSA Rocket Goldstar for me. I’m mailing you the cheque right now…. In the meantime enjoy the galleries below:

1936 BROUGH SUPERIOR 982CC SS80 SPECIAL

Brough-Superior-Front-Right




1949 VINCENT 998CC BLACK SHADOW SERIES C

1949-Vincent-998cc-Black-Shadow-Series-C

1950 AJS 7R 350CC RACING MOTORCYCLE




1963 BSA 646CC ROCKET GOLD STAR

1977 MV AGUSTA 750S AMERICA