The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show: The Ultimate Motorcycling Weekend!



Save £££s – book discounted tickets online now to the ultimate motorcycling weekend. The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show revs into action this 15-17 Feb for incredible live action, the latest 2019 bikes, bargains and more.

After a bumper 2018 show, which saw over 40,000 motorcycle fans flock to London’s ExCeL Centre, the annual Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show is returning in February (15-17th) with all the latest models, rare customs, racing celebrations, biking celebs and more live action than ever before!

NEW for 2019 is the Michelin Rage Cage – a gripping live action show featuring a steel cage nearly six metres high and nine metres round. Multiple bikes will be tearing around the cage, performing stunts and thrilling the crowds with a gravity defying show – it’s not to be missed!

Visitors to the show will be able to see the very latest machines from the world’s leading manufacturers with BMW, Ducati, Ducati Scrambler, Energica, Honda, Indian, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki, Triumph, Yamaha and Zero already signed up to showcase their range of new 2019 metal.

For an extra special gift, book a Paddock Pass for the ultimate show experience. Paddock Passes are limited and selling fast, from only £40 it includes:

• Day entry into the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

PLUS

• Grandstand seat for the Michelin Thunderdrome live action show of your choice
• Meet the legends: Rub shoulders with John McGuinness, Wayne Gardner, Neil Hodgson and 2018 BSB rider Richard Cooper
• Have some backstage banter, autographs and selfies with the riders in the Paddock

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