Iconic Britten’s To Grace Classic TT

Iconic Britten’s To Grace Classic TT

Two of the legendary Britten machines, designed and built by John Britten, will be gracing the 2017 Classic TT.

The pink/blue liveried Britten, piloted in the 1994 TT Races by Nick Jefferies, high profile jockey for the Classic TT retro parade lap, will be none other than 12 times TT winner Bruce Anstey.

Photo by Rod Neill

It’s a combination, which is sure to prove extremely popular not only on the Isle of Man, but back in New Zealand as well, with arguably the nations greatest ever road racer piloting one of the countries, most iconic motorcycles.

Fellow New Zealander Stephen Briggs, a former TT competitor, is at the controls of the CRS Britten, which alongside it’s fellow iconic mount, is sure to provide excitement in abundance for machine fans/aficionados.

The bikes owned by Kevin Grant and Bob Robbins, will in my opinion be amongst the most popular and unique machines, at the ninth fifth running of the Classic TT Races.

Words by Stevie Rial

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