You can get your hands on an art piece designed to honour Dave Myers' most beloved motorbike.

Carol Hutton, from Aberdeenshire in Scotland, has been working in partnership with Liliana Myers, wife of Dave, to create the 'Dave's Day Motorbike'.

This ceramic piece, measuring eight inches long, four inches high and just over three inches wide, is now up for auction up until June 8.

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Liliana commented: "[You can now] place bids for this beautiful object made with love.

"I’ll keep the auction opened till Dave’s Day and then the winner will have to prove they paid their pledge into the charity fund."

The art piece, which also serves as a money bank, will be raising money for the two chosen Dave Day charities, NSPCC Childline and The Cancer Institute of Research.

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"The 'Dave's Day Motorbike' has been hand painted on ceramic by me to match as best possible Dave Myers' treasured Enfield 500," Carol explained.

"Liliana very kindly sent me a photograph of it to work from, and Donna Taylor of The Funky Wee Teapot Studio in Montrose, Scotland very kindly donated the bisque blank, glazes, workspace, kiln time to fire it, and most importantly her expert mentorship and encouragement to help accomplish this piece."

Carol paid tribute to Dave and described how the creation was her way of honouring the legacy he has left behind.

"As a fellow biker and cook living in one of Dave's favourite places - Aberdeenshire - I share the passion Dave and Si [King] feel for both endeavours. 

"And I hope the recipient of the Dave Day Motorcycle Bank gets as much pleasure from it down the years as I have had in crafting it."

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The auction is being run through the Dave Day Facebook page, with the highest bid at the time of writing standing at £190.

Carol added: "It will never be recreated so this is a unique, one off object to be treasured and passed on down the line to those who follow in our tyre tracks."