More than 1,250 people were at the event, organised by the Steeton-based Girder Fork and Classic Motorcycle Club. And the show raised over 4,500, which will be split between Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice Manorlands, the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the National Association for Bikers with a Disability.
It might seem hard to believe now, but there was a time when a cape-wearing man best known for crashing his motorcycle was one of the biggest names in U.S. pop culture. Now one of that world's biggest stars is paying tribute to the man, born Robert Craig Knievel, in a special for the History channel next Sunday called “Evel Live.”
In the release, several Moto2 teams conducted shakedown runs with the new engine and the specific chassis designs each team is building around the Triple. We couldn't help but notice, however, that the photos included with the release featured a motorcycle with Triumph badging and the number 765 on the tail.