AN UNUSED 1977 Triumph Trident T160 is on its way to Mid-Wales following the draw for the National Motorcycle Museum’s summer raffle.
The raffle was drawn by TT superstar John McGuinness at the Museum LIVE event in October.
The Trident, a brand new/old stock, never registered example was won by Sally Peace, of Machynlleth, Wales.
Derrick Dewhurst, of Barrow in Furness won the second prize, a Sealey Retro Style Combination Tool Chest worth £850 and Colin Bell of Stockton-on-Tees won a luxury hotel break and dinner for two at the Manor Hotel, Meriden.
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The National Motorcycle Museum announced that the winner of the next winter raffle will ride away on a top of the range limited edition Triumph twin.
Museum director James Hewing said: “We have another ‘money can’t buy’ first prize by offering a brand-new Triumph Factory Custom Thruxton 1200cc that will be registered new to the lucky winner. This fabulous bike is one of a very special limited edition of just 750 machines”.
Second prize is a Sealey MC680E electro-hydraulic motorcycle lift worth more than £1600.
The draw will take place on Sunday, April 26 at The International Classic Motorcycle Show, Stafford.
Tickets cost £2 each via the museum on (01675) 444123 or on-line at www.thenmm.co.uk
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