Graham Coxon set to sell seven prized motorbikes in aid of the NSPCC

Blur guitarist will sell a number of vehicles at auction on October 19

Blur’s Graham Coxon is selling seven motorbikes in aid of children’s charity the NSPCC.

Coxon can be seen above, posing next to his 2004 Triumph Bonneville. This bike makes up one of the seven vehicles being sold by the guitar player through Bonhams auctioneers on October 19. In addition to that bike, Coxon is also selling a 1962 Vespa 200CC VBB and a 1968 Triumph Trophy 650 plus four others.

Each bike is worth between £1,000 and £5,000, while the Triumph Trophy is expected to fetch between £6–8,000. Coxon commented: “These bikes have taken me on a lot of wonderful adventures up and down the country. As a parent, it seems fitting that they should be sold to benefit the NSPCC’s important work in supporting and protecting children all over the UK.”


The motorcycles featured in the Graham Coxon Collection and their estimated values are:

2010 Honda CB1300 Super Four – estimated at £3,000–4,000
2008 Suzuki DL1000 V-Strom – estimated at £3,000–4,000
2007 Suzuki 125CC Van Van – estimated at £800–1,200
2004 Triumph Bonneville – estimated at £1,800–2,600
2002 BSA Regal Goldstar – estimated at £4,800–5,600
1968 Triumph Trophy 650 – estimated at £6,000–8,000
1962 Vespa 200CC VBB – estimated at £2,000–3,000

Earlier this year Coxon joined his Blur bandmate Damon Albarn during the frontman’s headline set at Latitude. Coxon helped Albarn perform Blur song ‘Tender’ as part of the encore.


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