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MCN London Motorcycle Show 2020 preview


Visit us at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 2020

Date: Friday February 14 (10am-5pm), Saturday February 15 (9am-6pm) and Sunday February 16 (9am-5pm) 2020
Venue: ExCeL London, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL

Admission: Day tickets from £18 (advance) for adults, £16 (advance) seniors/forces/students, children under 15 free

Thrills and spills at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 2020

Mark the calendar! The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 2020 is fast approaching, pistons primed to wow biking fans with a mix of live racing action and exclusive displays!

Whether you want to wallow in nostalgia among some of the finest rides of decades past, or book a test drive on a cutting-edge machine via one of today’s major manufacturers, London’s ExCel convention centre is the only place to be.

Legends unleashed at Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

The centrepiece of this year’s show, from 14-16 Feb at London’s ExCel, sees legends John McGuinness, Michael Rutter, Peter Hickman and James Hillier go head-to-head in the new TT-themed Michelin Thunderdome. Hear them roar!

Aficionados of high-speed heritage can swarm to a unique ‘Unseen Sheene’ exhibition featuring TEN of the British star’s machines gathered together for the very first time.

Bonhams Classic Zone, meanwhile, will prove a magnet for those with classical taste. The National Motorcycle Museum showcases several works BSA and Triumph triple racers to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Rob North framed works machines, See also a collection of hair-raising Italian racing machines gleaming in their pomp!

Stars align for launch of Classic TT

And if that’s not enough, the show sees the launch of one of the most cherished races on the biking calendar – the 2020 Classic TT. 

Star riders will hit the stage to share their hopes and fears for a gruelling year ahead. 

Appetite whetted, why not get up-close-and-personal with a display of classic TT machines? See the Alistair Cowan Racing 750cc Kawasaki that David Johnson rode in the RST Classic TT Superbike Race, and John McGuinness’ Team Winfield 500cc Paton from the Bennetts Senior Classic TT – plus much, much more.

Whole kit and caboodle at Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

Take the opportunity to grab the bits and bobs you need to transform your biking lifestyle. The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show regularly welcomes the best biking brands offering bargains galore, and this year is no exception. Exclusive for 2020, you can also bin your old lid at our Helmet Amnesty and pick up a new, safer replacement at a special price.

And if that sounds like thirsty work, treat yourself to a well-deserved pint in the John McGuinness Bar, where the great man himself will be on hand to share the kind of tales that take your breath away.

Zoom to the front of the queue

We’re revving up for another memorable year. As proud sponsors of the MCN London Motorcycle Show 2020, our Carole Nash crew will be on hand to give out goodie bags, pose for selfies, chat over your insurance needs, or just have a good old chin wag about our favourite three subjects – bikes, bikes and bikes!

Just like you, we’re fans first and foremost. So don’t miss out on the action – there’s so much to see!

To buy tickets and find out more about the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 2020, visit the official site.

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