If you are missing your motorbike during these winter months, then keep your diary free from the 3rd to the 6th February for the MCN London Motorcycle Show which returns this year at the ExCel Centre in London with a showcase of motorbikes, live action exhibitions, accessories and lots more for all you biking enthusiasts and motorcyclists out there!
It promises to be bigger and better then before with the all-new “Revolution” – a live action show which combines spectacular pyrotechnics and star-studded celebrity challenges with the excitement of professional riders performing incredible stunts. The Revolution show will pit GP heroes Kevin Schwantz, Freddie Spencer and Randy Mamola; World Superbike stars Neil Hodgson and Frankie Chilli; 12 time Trials World Champ Dougie Lampkin and Isle of Man TT king John McGuinness together in a series of gladiatorial battles!
You will also be able to see plenty of classic bikes and new models for 2011, alongside a plethora of stands and exhibitions.
Celebrity bikers at ExCel Centre
A collection of celebrity bikers will be present at the London Motorcycle Show, taking part in interviews and autograph signings throughout the event. Stop by to meet top British motorcycle racers and see if you’re favourites are there. Fans have a unique opportunity to meet the stars of the motorcycling world up close and personal at a premier motorcycling event.
What’s new for 2011?
As well as the world’s greatest live action show, The Carole Nash MCN motorcycle show is also the place to see the latest 2011 machines in the flesh. With all of the major motorcycle firms bringing along their 2011 bikes, some very special never-been-seen before features, hundreds of stands selling helmets, bike gear and accessories at great prices – the Carole Nash MCN Motorcycle show is the greatest bike show this year!
Ready to join the action?
So if you are still waiting to dust your bike off from storage after the long winter months, this show will get you geared up for the new riding season! For more information visit http://www.londonmotorcycleshow.com for more information and to book your tickets.