Goldie Clubman is top of the bill

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The National Motorcycle Museum has come up with one of the most sought-after British classics for its latest raffle – an immaculate BSA Gold Star DBD34.

The Gold Star Clubman is first prize in the draw that also includes two top-notch tool prizes from Sealey: a £1500 voucher for new tools from its range and a special patriotic rolling tool cabinet worth more than £700, bedecked in the UK national flag of their choice.

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Museum director James Hewing said: “For our summer raffle we are delighted to offer one of our best-ever prizes in a matching numbers BSA Gold Star DBD34 500cc motorcycle that has been restored in our own workshops.

“We also have fantastic second and third place prizes from our friends at Sealey.”

The draw will take place on Sunday, October 30, 2022 at The National Motorcycle Museum LIVE event. Tickets for the raffle cost £2 each, sold in multiples of five. The winner of the last raffle’s first prize, a 1955 Triumph 5T Speed Twin, was Andrew Quicke, of Hampshire.

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All money raised is directly re-invested in the museum. To take part, visit www.nationalmotorcyclemuseum.co.uk/bike-raffle


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