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This year’s Manchester Motorcycle Show will take place on the 11th and 12th of January at the Manchester Central Convention Centre. The event will showcase major manufacturers who will reveal their latest motorcycle models for the first time.

The main arena will feature motorcycle demonstrations and stunts from famous riders. Guests and experts will also be at the event to help attendees choose the right motorcycle.

This year’s show will also feature a fight for the King of Manchester, where current World number six and four times British Champion James Dabill will compete with 12 times FIM Trial World Champion Dougie Lampkin. The two most successful riders of Britain will perform a series of races on a dual-lane course that will determine who the King of Manchester will be. The course is designed by the famous Martin Lampkin, former professional motorcycle rider and father of Dougie Lampkin.

Dougie has become popular thanks to his appearances on Top Gear and Red of Black TV, along with his YouTube channel that has millions of subscribers across the globe.

The Manchester Motorcycle Show will also feature a retail village with general and industry trade stands where bikers will find everything they need, from helmets, clothing and leathers to motorcycles.

Tickets cost £10 when booked in advance and £15 on the gate. Kids under 15 years old will not be charged as long as they are accompanied by a paying adult. The show will open at 10am and will close at 4pm.

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