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Bidding at H&H auction? We'll bring your classic bike home

Do you like the sound of owning a 1955 Vincent Black Knight or maybe a 1934 Sunbeam Model 95R? Collectors can bid with confidence at the H&H Motorcycle Auction on July 30, knowing that the Moving Motorcycles team can bring their bike home safely.

Up to 320 classic motorcycles will be up for auction at the National Motorcycle Museum, which is directly opposite the NEC, near Solihull in the West Midlands. The auction starts at 1pm. Entry is free and viewings begin at 9am.

Notable consignments include a rare 1955 Vincent Black Knight (one owner from new) with an estimate of £40,000-£45,000, as well as a prototype 1962 BSA A10 Rocket Gold Star (estimate: £35,000-£40,000) used by the factory to develop the iconic model ready for production.

Also featured will be a 1934 Sunbeam Model 95R (£33,000-£35,000) and a 1922 Velocette E3S (£5,000-£6,000). Other attractions include a 1959 BSA A10 Cafe Racer (£3,000-£4,500) and — for the Mods out there — a 1968 Lambretta J125 Starstream (£1,000-£2,000). You can check out the full auction catalogue here

Buyers can bid with confidence, knowing we can collect their bikes and deliver them securely to anywhere in the UK, Europe and beyond — for a competitive price and with adequate insurance. The Moving Motorcycles team will be onsite for the day, ready to get the nod from winning bidders.

If you would like a price for collection and delivery of a motorcycle from the auction, please contact us for a quick quote. And all the best if you decide to bid on the day!

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