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Visit us at the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show 2020

Date: Friday March 7 (9am-5pm), Saturday March 8 (9am-5pm) 2020

Venue: Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, Edinburgh, EH28 8NB

Admission: Day tickets from £15 (advance) for adults, children under 12 free

Excitement awaits at the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show 2020!

Clear your schedule! The Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show 2020 is coming to Edinburgh in March, and we’d love to see you there.

From browsing Scotland’s largest classic bike collection in the Classic Bike Magazine Hall, to booking a test ride on the latest models from the top manufacturers, the Royal Highland Centre is the place to be this spring!

There’s so much to see and do…

Back again for 2020 is the Classic Bike Fire Up Paddock, where you’ll see, hear and even smell the motorbikes you dreamt of while growing up! Bikes from back in the day will be displayed in all their glory, and fired up for your very pleasure.

Also back by popular demand is the Built Not Bought Custom Bike Show. Are you the lucky owner of a custom bike? If so, you can enter your pride and joy in categories such as Classic/Vintage and Best Custom Paint via the official website. Be part of what’s sure to be a dazzling display, and show your beloved bike off to Scotland’s biggest bike fans!

Stars abound at the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show

Rolling into the Royal Highland Centre is the winner of seven consecutive World Outdoor Championships, Dougie Lampkin MBE. Get the inside scoop on his illustrious career, and remember to bring your autograph book!

Plus, prepare to be wowed by world-renowned stunt rider Mattie Griffin – his awe-inspiring tricks and techniques will leave you speechless!

Gather some new gear and goodies at the trade stalls

Bag a bargain from one of the many biking brands that are showcasing their wares at the event. From improving your riding experience, to overhauling your biking attire, take the opportunity to grab some new bits and bobs at the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show.

Plus, why not take part in our Helmet Amnesty? Our research has shown that 41% of British motorcyclists are using a helmet that’s not fit for purpose, and we’re on a mission to change this: Ditch your old helmet, pick up a new one, and you’ll nab a free gift!

Drop by for a natter

As proud sponsors of the MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show 2020, the Carole Nash team will be on hand to chat about our very favourite subject – bikes! Plus, we’ll be answering any of your insurance questions, and handing out our legendary  goodie bags.

Just like you, we’re passionate about bikes, and we can’t wait to get involved! Don’t miss out on the action: To buy tickets and find out more about the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show 2020, visit the official site.

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