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Manchester Motorcycle Show is back!

By MCN -

Events

 01 December 2011 16:04

The Manchester Motorcycle Show is being revived under new management; the two day exhibition that encompasses modern, classic and custom bikes is being held on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th January at Manchester Central Convention Centre.

The Manchester Motorcycle Show provides bike enthusiasts the opportunity to kick the tyres and sit on new models from the major manufacturers, loads of modern bikes and scooters as well as some stunning classics from yesteryear.

One of the latest bikes to be confirmed is TT racer Guy Martin’s 500bhp turbo GSX-R café racer. Guy will be at the show on both days to talk about the heavily modified bike and sign autographs.

Also at the show is former British Superbike Champion turned MotoGP TV commentator Steve Parrish. Steve brings over 30 years of motorcycling experience to Manchester. He is guaranteed to keep the crowd entertained with his superb sense of humour as he tells a tale or two. If you have a question, then ask away as Steve will be on hand to provide the answer.

Jenny Tinmouth represents female motorcyclists by being the fastest woman to ever go around the Isle of Man TT course as well as competing in the 2011 British Superbike Championship and British Supersport Championship.  Chester-born Jenny can tell you what it’s like to be a female racer in a predominately male environment.

The action arena comes alive with breathtaking freestyle stunts and trials riding from Broke FMX motocross display team featuring some of the UK’s top riders. If that’s not to keep you entertained, then there’s also a fun fair, extreme rides and kids games. 

The show also features an extensive retail village with every part and spare imaginable, clothing, helmets and everything else needed to keep bikes where they belong... on the road!

Adult ticket prices are £10 when booking in advance, £15 on the gate. Children under 15 years enter for free with a paying adult. The show is open from 9am each day and closes at 5pm. To book tickets and for the latest updates, visit www.manchestermotorcycleshow.com