'Rhencullen' Limited Edition Art print


The story:
Rhencullen is one of Peter Williams’ favourite sections of the TT course. Williams was a highly competitive motorcycle racer - with ten TT podium finishes under his belt - but he’s also known for his engineering prowess. In the late 1960s Williams developed the cast magnesium ‘MAG’ wheel, which are now on virtually all modern motorcycles. He also designed and developed disc brakes, tubeless tyres and, on the 1973 John Player Norton, the twin-spar frame. He first rolled out his ‘cast’ wheeled motorcycle to make its debut in 1968 but it was dubbed the ‘wheelbarrow’ because of its then unusual appear-ance. Williams would have the last laugh, however: the cast wheel changed the face of TT racing - not to mention motorcycling altogether, enabling faster speeds and greater agility. And as for tubeless tyres - this meant punctures were no long-er a common incident. Indeed, motorcycling owes a great deal to Peter Williams.

Rachael Clegg's Limited Edition Art Prints have something of a cult following with collectors across the globe. Limited to edition runs of just 30, each print is signed and numbered by Rachael Clegg and comes with a certificate of authenticity and accompanying story text.

Images are printed on matt Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gram/m² paper. Each print is carefully hand-rolled in craft paper and shipped in a rigid postal tube. Prices include worldwide shipping. Prints are available in three sizes:

Medium 50x40cm (approximate paper size)
Large 81x64cm (approximate paper size)
Extra Large 101x81cm (approximate paper size)

A bespoke 'one off' edit service is also available if you prefer a truly unique art print - please email Rachael to discuss your requirements - prices start from £500 (in addition to the print cost)

Framed options are also available. Images are dry-mounted behind art glass within a beautiful, bespoke solid wood frame. Frames are available in either a black or white painted finish. These pieces are shipped in a robust crate.