MOTO EXPO to showcase rare collection of historic motorcycles

SOME of the world’s rarest motorcycles will be proudly showcased at the inaugural MOTO EXPO on March 21-23 at Brisbane’s RNA Showgrounds.

Thirty-five historic motorcycles valued at over $1.5million collectively, will be on display including a 1911 Triumph TT racer which is one of only two in the world, the only 1913 Precision in existence and a 1959 Matchless Dirt Track Racer owned by Brisbane local John Finglas and raced at the RNA Showgrounds throughout the 1960’s.



Event Organiser Troy Bayliss said it was an incredible feat to secure such a rare collection of bikes for MOTO EXPO.

“To bring all of these rare motorcycles together in one exhibition is huge achievement,” Bayliss said.

“It is especially fitting that we will have two of the original bikes that raced at the RNA Showgrounds during the 1960’s on display.

“Never before has a motorcycle exhibition played host to such an amazing array of historic motorcycles.”

Along with the classic and vintage bikes, visitors can expect to see the best of the modern era on display in Gasoline Alley’s ‘Show N Shine’

MOTO EXPO is set to be the largest motorcycle exhibition ever seen in Queensland. Visitors can expect to see latest products and services on display with up to 100 exhibitors and an incredible entertainment line-up.

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