McGuinness Canavas Art Print
Every year, Biker-Gifts
make a donation to the Phil Hogg Rescue Fund,
to help raise much needed funds for providing
Motorsport Medical Services at the Isle of Man
TT Races & other Motorsport Events.
The Charity was set
up by the Hogg family following the tragic death
of their son, Phil Hogg, following an accident
at the 1989 TT when he came off his TZR at Ballagarey
in Glen Vine.
This year, we donated
a HUGE 1500mm x 1000mm canvas of John McGuinness
in Joey Dunlop regalia, which was auctioned in
the Isle of Man on 27th February and was sold
requests, we have decided to produce some more
canvases, but limited the quantity to:
off 1500mm x 1000mm (60" x 40") Canvas
Prints @ £275.00 each inc. delivery (UK)
- 26 off 1200mm x 800mm
(48" x 32") Canvas Prints @ £199.00
each inc. delivery (UK)
Comes complete with Certificate of Authenticity
with Edition Number.
We've limited the print run to
equal Joey Dunlop's 26 Isle of Man TT wins. The
canvas is produced from a photo we took at the
IOM TT races in 2013, when Honda and John McGuinness
marked the 30th anniversary of Ulster road racing
great Joey Dunlop’s first Isle of Man TT
victory for the Japanese manufacturer. Nineteen-times
TT winner John McGuinness rode in the Superbike
race in the red and black colours that adorned
Joey’s Formula 1 winning Honda SP1 machine
at the TT in year 2000.
For every 1500mm x 1000mm
canvas that we sell, we will donate £50
to the Phil Hogg Rescue Fund and for every 1200mm
x 800mm canvas that we sell, we will donate £40
to the Fund.
They are printed using a technologically
advanced 12 colour UV ink process onto the finest
100% Cotton artists canvas. The Museum Quality
Artists Stretcher Bars are made of the finest
quality European kiln dried knotless pine, which
has the advantage of being extremely hard wearing
and not susceptible to warping. Each bar features
a rounded back edge which is designed to ensure
that the canvas is always kept a full ½"
(13mm) above the stretcher bar to ensure that
there can be no ghost impressions on the canvas.
These stretcher bars also incorporate 'wedges'
which are placed in each corner and allow the
canvas to be stretched extremely tightly over
the frame. It also allows the canvas to be restretched
over time, which can be of particular importance
for these larger size prints.