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2012 Triumphs at the Carole Nash MCN Motorcycle Show

The new Triumph Tiger Explorer 1200 and Speed Triple R will head Triumph's stand at this year's Carole Nash MCN Motorcycle Show, on February 2-5. The Triumph Tiger Explorer - aimed squarely at the BMW R1200GS - features an all-new 1215cc three-cylinder engine producing a claimed 137bhp and goes on sale in March, priced at £11,149. The new Speed Triple R makes the standard bike...

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colinS2R

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colinS2R says:

too expensive

20 quid and thats the advance price, bike shows are way too expensive, theres a recession on don't you know

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metroplex

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metroplex says:

£££££

I agree, the show's way too expensive. I 'd pay £15 tops to walk around what's essentially a glorified show room. Was intending to go with the other half but at £40-£50 for the tickets alone, it's an expensive day out.

Surely if the tickets were cheaper there would be more through the door? Seems like a greedy asking price.

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Dionsutherns

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Dionsutherns says:

Should be free

I think the shows should be free entry. Its our custom they want at the end of the day, and besides you never had to pay to walk around George Whites lol. Also is it realy news to MCN that Triumph would display there latest bikes at a bike show?

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

Seen 'em!

If you had gone to the bike show at Manchester last week, you would have seen these new Triumphs on the Philip Youles stand. And they weren't on fixed stands, just on the side stand which was a much better way of judging how they feel and how high the seat is. Other than that, I paid £15 to get into that show which was no more than an oversize showroom. Yes, I could have bought advance tickets and saved some money but it was a last minute decision to go. Haven't been for a few years and its no better so I won't be going again for some considerable time until I can tell its improved a lot. The hot turkey sandwiches in the catering area were bloody excellent though!

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mxi339z

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mxi339z says:

Manchester Bike Show

Manchester bike show on 17th-18th March £10 in. Event City, Trafford Got my ticket.

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rushforthk

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rushforthk says:

Manchester bike show 18th

We need to make the Manchester bike show an event worth having.  Hopefully then we will get the same attractions as the Excell show and save us the trail and expense of overnight stay in London.  Attend the Manchester show and lets make it a big event.  Alright, it would be nice if it was free, but a tenner aint too bad is it?  I know it is a bit like paying to get in at the local bike showroom but surely it is worth it just to get "hands on" with the bikes all in one place.

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