Here we are again guys, preparing to exhibit or visit another yearly motorcycle show ….. it’s now in less than 3 weeks. Definitely a must go to show to all motorcycle enthusiasts, a show that is usually on the agenda of all of us! We all wait for these shows for a number of reasons, new models, new info on some models that are due to be launced later during the year, to enjoy some good shows and to buy some stuff too, maybe even grabbing a bargain ….. and why now? 🙂
The 2012 Carole Nash MCN Motorcycle Show in London is scheduled to open its doors on the 2nd of February and will last till the 5th, again at ExCel London. It’s not much of a long show, like for example the EICMA in Milan, but it’s still worth a visit. Apart from the usual brands displaying their latest models, this show is famous for its “Revolution” show, where one can enjoy some spectacular challenges by track legends. Sponsored by Michelin, this year, the main legend drivers will be John McGuinness, Ian Hutchinson, Dougie Lampkin, David Knight, Neil Hodgson and Chris Walker. They will be the ones who will make sure we feel that adrenaline for the 2nd time in a row!
Manufacturers like BMW, Honda, Yamaha, Triumph, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Ducati and Victory will be there to show us their latest models and to give us all the info we require to eventually help us make up our minds and decide which bike would suit us best! Amongst the manufacturers we’ll see a number of agents selling their tours and a number of wholesalers seller their motorcycle products and accessories. There’s usually some bargains going around too so look for them and benefit from these once a year possibilities. Compared to other shows I’ve been to, this was one of the best shows where one can have the possibilities to buy stuff so, guys, make sure you get what you require when you’re there 🙂
That’s basically it for today ….. As soon as I’m back from the show, I’ll share with you my experiences to make sure you don’t lose anything of it, especially if, for some reason or another you couldn’t make it this year! For those who are planning to visit then ….. Enjoy guys!
For more detailed info you can visit the official show website, www.mcnmotorcycleshow.com. You can even buy the tickets online. This year, prices do begin from £20 and do include as well a ticket for the “Revolution” Show!