Crighton Rotary Race Bike to be launched at VMCC Festival of 1000 Bikes

Posted: 10 Jun 2013

Crighton CR700P

Classic motorcycle enthuasists will be all too familiar with the name Brian Crighton, who created the championship-winning Norton Rotary race bikes of the late 1980s and early 1990s. However, this year, he's launching a brand new machine at Mallory Park's Festival of 1000 Bikes on 13-14 July.

The new Crighton CR700P Rotary race bike will join its famous Rotary predecessors out on track for the very first time at the event, and will be put through its paces by multiple British Champion Jamie Whitham. More details of all the on and off track activities at the largest classic track weekend in Europe will be announced in due course. Watch this space!

Latest News
  • Removable motorcycle safety structure gives BMW design the best of both worlds
    BMW rewrites the rules on motorcycle safety
  • Potential Africa Twin and Gold Wing customers won’t need to leave their living rooms to learn all about Honda’s two flagship models live on YouTube
    Honda to host interactive ‘LIVEstream’ event for Gold Wing and Africa Twin
  • A Chinese-made Harley-Davidson? Just 353cc? You better believe it.
    Revealed: Harley-Davidson’s 353cc parallel twin
  • New colours and revised details for carry-over 2021 BMW models
    BMW unveils 2021 model tweaks