Top Gear Hosts’ Motorcycles Up For Sale

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

The BBC’s legendary Top Gear show may or may not be back on TV next year, but one thing’s for sure: The hosts won’t be the same. Star Jeremy Clarkson is gone, as well as his fellow presenters, Richard Hammond and James May. But that doesn’t mean they’re out of money-making options.

In fact Hammond and May will be putting a total of 12 vintage motorcycles from their personal collections up for sale at this year’s Bonhams Spring Stafford Sale during the International Classic Motorcycle Show at the Staffordshire Fairgrounds in England on April 26. Highlights from May’s collection include a 49cc 1974 Yamaha FS1-E, 1976 Suzuki AP50 E, and a sweet 1980 Ossa 250cc MAR trials bike, while Hammond’s giving up a 2010 Norton Commando 961SE, 1970 Triton 500cc café racer, and a Yamaha FS1-E as well. [Purchase]

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