International auctioneers Coys are putting under the hammer over 130 classic sports and racing bikes worth millions of pounds at their second international auction at the London Motorcycle Show on Saturday 18th February.

The auction is one of the main features of the London Motorcycle Show, one of the world’s largest motorcycle events. The show features everything on two wheels with all top manufacturers showcasing the very latest machines. It achieved an astounding attendance figure in 2016 with 38,786 visitors.

“We are delighted to return to London for our landmark annual motorcycle sale with a wide range of classic sports and racing bikes, said CEO of Coys, Chris Rutledge. This is the only international motorcycle auction of this scale and calibre ever Routledge in the nation’s capital, at one of the most important motorcycle shows in the world.”

The selection of stunning, rare and unique motorcycles to be auctioned off boasts gems such as a 1939 Moto Guzzi 250 Albatros compressore ‘Gerolamo’ with an estimated value of between £70,000 to £100,000, a 1934 Brough Superior 680 Junior, 1 of only 5 known surviving examples (valued at £80,000 – £100,000), a 1923 Harley-Davidson Model J (£20,000 – £25,000) and a 1979 Ducati Mike Hailwood Replica (£24,000 – £28,000).

Other important lots include a 1957 Mondial 250 Bialbero, a 1999 Ducati 996 RS ex-Troy Corser Team Ducati Factory Superbike, a 1914 Clyno and a 1920 Herley Davidson Model F.