All four bikes have been meticulously restored to their original specifications, with former Grand Prix technicians Nigel Everett and Martyn Ogborne making use of Suzuki’s Vintage Parts Programme.
As part of the celebrations, multiple bikes ridden by Sheene will be shown off on several parade laps, including a RT67 which Sheene took to second in the 1971 125 world championship.
“To see the greatest gathering of Sheene bikes ever assembled will be spectacular. I’ve got so many great memories racing with Barry around the ‘Mount’, it will feel like stepping back in time again,” Oliver’s Mount racing director and TT winner Mick Grant said.
“I’m looking forward to getting back in my leathers and riding some of Barry’s bikes.”