The Oldest Motorcycle: The undoubted highlight of the show is the Hildebrand and Wolfmuller – an example of the first motorcycle ever made, presented in totally original and unrestored condition. This ‘barn find’ motorcycle was created c.1894 in Munich and is estimated at £40,000-60,000 ($60,000 – $90,000 USD)The Fastest Motorcycle: There is also theex-Francis Williams, Basil Keys Norton-JAP – a historic sprinting motorcycle with outstanding stature and competition pedigree. On this bike in 1959, Basil Keys broke the course record at Brighton, covering the standing-start kilometre in 21.59 seconds at an average speed of 103.61mph. It is estimated at £90,000-100,000.The Best Motorcycle: The legendary superbike of motorcycling’s between-the-wars ‘Golden Age’, the Brough Superior is known as ‘The Rolls-Royce of Motorcycles’. It is synonymous with high performance, engineering excellence and quality of finish. The example in this auction is estimated at £110,000-130,000.The auction includes over 500 lots of motorcycles and related memorabilia.