Classic racing motorcycles are a unique breed. Often constructed from parts of various period models, it can be hard to trace a provenance.
But for what they may lack in concrete history, these bikes make up for in speed and sheer hair-rising thrill. Tearing around the notoriously fast track for motorcycles, they epitomise the Goodwood spirit of Derring Do, with an emphasis on the Daring.
For in the two-part, two-rider style Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy – the Revival’s sole motorcycle race – only the bravest and most accomplished of riders need apply.