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Manchester Bike Show 2020 Preview

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Visit us at: The Manchester Bike Show 2020

Date: Postponed until Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 March 2021 

Time: 9.30am – 5pm

Venue: EventCity, Manchester, M41 7TB

*The Manchester Bike Show has been postponed until 2021. If you have purchased tickets to the show, please keep an eye out for an email that will be arriving today from the box office service Ticketline. The email will explain what to do next.*

Admission: Adults £15 per day (advance), under 14s £5 per day, under 5s free, seniors £12 per day (advanced), parking is free. Buy tickets online. 

Join over 17,000 bike enthusiasts and over 100 exhibitors at the Manchester Bike Show on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March. 

Returning for its ninth successful year, the show takes place just up the road from Carole Nash HQ at EventCity (next to the intu Trafford Centre). 

There’s so much to see and do at the Manchester Bike Show 2020, and we’d love to see you there! 

Enjoy the bike exhibits

Brand new 2020 models from top brands such as Kawasaki, Harley-Davidson and Suzuki will be showcased at the event – room for one more?! Plus, there’ll be an amazing display of over 750 bikes of all classes, including modern, classic, racing, custom and off-road. 

Marvel at the sights and sounds of the live-action bike zone

From exciting stunt shows that’ll get your heart racing, to a live stage hosting music acts and guest stars, you’ll be spoilt for choice at the live-action bike zone. Carl Fogarty MBE and Olympic gold medal winner Jason Kenny CBE have previously appeared – who knows who’ll take to the stage in 2020!

Bag a bargain at the retail village 

The Manchester Bike Show offers an unparalleled retail experience for bikers, featuring over 100 trade exhibitors. Pick up new parts for your bike, or browse the leathers, helmets and accessories. 

Stop by to see us at stand 173

With it being so local, the Carole Nash crew will be out in full force at the Manchester Bike Show! We’ll be ready to answer your motorbike insurance questions and have a natter about all things bike. Our famous Carole Nash goodie bags will be up for grabs too, and you might even end up going home as the lucky winner of our free prize draw! 

Don’t want to miss all the fun? Book your tickets today! 

We look forward to seeing you at the Show!

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