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Carole Nash Motorcycle Live “one to remember”, says organisers.

By Alannah Fellows -

General news

 14 December 2010 16:44

The organisers of the Carole Nash Motorcycle Live at the NEC have hailed the show to be “awesome, absolutely awesome”.

Almost 100,000 people attended, despite the event taking place during some of the worst November weather Britain has experienced for years. Highlights included stands from 38 manufacturers, plus an opening by reigning world champion Jorge Lorenzo. 

Show organiser Finlay McAllan said: “The entire event has been a brilliant experience for us and I hope it has been brilliant for everyone involved –exhibitors and visitors alike.”

This year’s event included stands from a record breaking 38 manufacturers, appearances from MotoGP and World Superbikes stars such as Scott Redding, Leon Haslam and Troy Corser

The final day ended with a star- studded auction which raised almost £5,000 for Riders for Health, with the star item being Tissot watch, signed by almost every member of the MotoGP paddock.

Riders for Health ambassador Randy Mamola said: “The auction worked really well for the charity and I want to thank everybody from the racers to the fans, for their support.”