Day two from Stafford

Bonhams auction will be running most of the day

A single-owner collection of almost 100 classic Japanese motorcycles, the majority of which are Hondas, will be offered for sale at the Bonhams Stafford auction.

The collection includes numerous Hondas, ranging from the humble but design-classic Super Cub to the NR750 and everything in between, including 10 unused monkey bikes and a number of exceptionally early machines. Also on offer are a selection of early Suzukis, Kawasakis and Yamahas, a variety of later 1970s and 1980s classics, and two prototype engines – a sand cast CBX1000 and a CX500.

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Sunday timetable
09.00
Show opens
09.00 Bonhams sale open for viewing * Auction to follow, 10am for memorabilia and 11am for motorcycles
10.00 Trials with a difference with Tim Britton outside the Dirt Bike Experience Hall
10.30 Bertie Simmonds (CMM editor) and the experts question time on the stage
Bonhams auction10.30 Trials with a difference, with Tim Britton outside the Dirt Bike Hall
11.00 Mr Showtime comes to Stafford – Steve Colley
11.30 World Champion Christian Sarron on stage – Main Hall
12.00 Firing up the legends in the Classic Racer GP Paddock, with Christian Sarron signing autographs
13.00 Mr Showtime comes to Stafford – Steve Colley
13.30 Trials with a difference, with Tim Britton outside the Dirt Bike Hall
14.00 Bertie Simmonds (CMM editor) and the experts question time on the stage
14.00 OWD Codgers – trials demonstration, side of the Dirt Bike Experience Hall
14.30 Mr Showtiime comes to Stafford – Steve Colley
15.00 Firing up the legends in the Classic Racer GP Paddock, with Christian Sarron signing autographs
16.00 Trophy presentation on stage with Christian Sarron
* Bonhams catalogue needed
Circumstances on the day may mean some of the even timings are slightly different to above so please listen for the announcements.

Stafford show preview

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