Ian Robins of Albion Video Productions made sure he visited us at the Motorcycle Live Show in November 2011 and very kindly presented us a video he has produced. We're really grateful to Ian for granting us permission to share this video with you. It's a brilliant video with a really good story to it. Thanks Ian.
In 1930, Bentley Boy Woolf Barnato bet £100 that he could race the famous Le Train Bleu from Cannes to London before the train could reach Calais. 83 years on, Steve Cropley tells the story.
In January 1930 Rover claimed its Light Six had gone faster the Le Train Bleu, one of the world's most luxurious trains, which ran from Cannes in the south of France to Calais in the north. One evening at dinner, Bentley Boy Woofe Barnato said that was nothing special, and he could race the Blue Train, reach Calais, cross the English Channel and reach the Conservative Club in London before the train arrived in Calais. He succeeded with four minutes to spare. Here, Steve Cropley retraces the Bentley Boys' London haunts in the very car than Barnato made the journey.
Published on 11 Apr 2018
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