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Manchester Bike Show 2018 Preview


Visit us at the Manchester Bike Show 2018

Date: Saturday, 24 March 2018 (9.30am – 5pm) – Sunday, 25 March 2018 (9.30am –5pm)

Venue: EventCity, Manchester, M41 7TB

Admission: Adults £14 per day (advance), under 14s £4 per day, under 5s free, seniors £12 per day, parking free. Buy tickets online.

What’s on at the Manchester Bike Show 2018?

One of the north of England’s premier bike shows is back with a bang – and it’s already got our engines revving!

2018 will be the seventh year of the Manchester Bike Show and it gets better with every event. Join the Carole Nash team in our home city for two days and 22,000m2 of biking action at one amazing venue, from Saturday, 24 March to Sunday, 25 March 2018.

With more than 100 trade exhibitors and 1,000 motorcycles on display at Manchester’s EventCity, what are you waiting for? It’s time to get your tickets booked!

Get a glimpse of the newest models

There’s no shortage of reasons why more than 17,000 visitors flock to Manchester Bike Show each year.

First up is what’s on display in the fully carpeted Hall 4, where the biggest names in biking – including Honda, Ducati, Harley-Davidson and Suzuki – will show off their brightest and best new models for 2018. It’s a fascinating chance to drool over the stunning bikes about to hit the market.

In the Live Action Bike Zone, there’s an intoxicating mix of stunt shows, live music and guest stars – so don’t forget to bring your cameras for those all-important selfies.

And in the Retail Village, more than 100 trade exhibitors will be offering you everything you can think of, from leathers and helmets through to parts and services, so you’re almost guaranteed to go home with exactly what you’re looking for.

Don’t forget to enter the Carole Nash free prize draw

As ever, the Carole Nash crew will be out in force at what is the closest event to Carole Nash Head Office. Come visit us at stand 143-5 and ask a member of our staff for a chance to enter our free prize draw!

We’ll also be handing out our famous goodie bags, packed with the latest Carole Nash treats as the perfect memento of a fantastic 48 hours.

So if you want to chat all things bike with a few friendly faces, or pick our brains about anything related to your motorcycle insurance, simply head over to the Carole Nash stand. We can’t wait to see you!

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