James Bonds honda crf250r from skyfall charity auction

honda crf 250r skyfall

Bond, James Bond. 007 license to kill. and now charity auction motorcycle.  The honda crf250r that was used in the mega hit “skyfall” has been donated to the BBC children in need charity. This honda motorcycle will be auctioned off to help the kids. We all love bond movies and we all love props from the movies. Where is your chance to own a little piece of the new movie and also to help children in need.  The auction for the honda motorcycle will be running from now until November 22,2012.  The address for the auction is here on ebay   So go check this out as soon as possible, motorcycles like this are rarely ever available to the public market.

honda motorcycle crf250r skyfall

here is the details from the auction.


This is part of the official BBC Children in Need online auction 2012.

Honda’s CRF250R Skyfall motorbike as ridden by James Bond in the latest Bond adventure

Honda (UK) has generously donated a Honda motorbike ridden by James Bond (Daniel Craig) in the thrilling opening chase sequence of new Bond film, Skyfall.

Honda’s CRF250R motorcycle proved to be the machine of choice by the 007 film’s action vehicles and stunt crew team, for the opening scene filmed Istanbul and Adana, Turkey, earlier this year.

This motorcycle up for auction is the actual machine, in Turkish ‘street merchant’ guise, which Bond (Daniel Craig) uses to pursue henchman, Patrice (Ola Rapace), in the opening scenes of the Skyfall blockbuster film.

This exclusive item is an abolsute must-have for any Bond fan!

Every penny raised by the auction will go towards making a positive difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people right here in the UK.

The winning bidder will be contacted by BBC Children in Need, within 5 working days of payment reaching our PayPal account to confirm your purchase. Your details will then be passed on to Honda (UK) directly to arrange delivery /collection of the item (within the UK only).

Thank you for supporting BBC Children in Need


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