Win a 1959 BSA Gold Star DBD34 in the National Motorcycle Museum's summer raffle

The National Motorcycle Museum have announced the prizes for their summer raffle, after the winners of the winter raffle were announced at the end of April.

BSA Gold Star. - National Motorcycle Museum

THE National Motorcycle Museum’s (NMM) summer raffle details and prizes have been announced, with a pretty special bike up for first prize. 

At the end of April, at the International Classic Motorcycle Show, the winner of the National Motorcycle Museum’s recent winter raffle was announced. Andrew Quicke picked up his prize of a NMM-restored 1955 Triumph 5T Speed Twin 500cc motorcycle, while second place won a 1958 Triton 650cc Café Racer, also restored by the Museum.

For the summer raffle, the first prize will be a 1959 BSA Gold Star DBD34 Clubman 500cc motorcycle, again fully restored in the workshops of the National Motorcycle Museum. 

There will also be second and third prizes from Sealey Tools. For second prize, there will be a £1,500 (retail value) Sealey Tools voucher to be used in the National Motorcycle Museum shop; while third prize will be a Sealey Tools “Patriot” Roll Cab tool cabinet with the winner’s choice of flag, between British, Scottish, Welsh, Irish or English. 

Here at Visordown, we recently reviewed some stuff from Sealey, and it went down pretty well. So, even if you miss out on that gorgeous Gold Star, you could still be hooked up with some decent kit whether it’s the tool cabinet or whatever you decide to splash £1,500 on. 

The raffle will be drawn at the National Motorcycle Museum Live event on Sunday 30 October, so there is plenty of time to get your tickets. Speaking of which, they can be purchased for £2 on the National Motorcycle Museum’s website, here.