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Ally Pally sets new record

Published: 04 February 2002

More of you than ever before visited the Ally Pally for the MCN Superbike and Road Racing Show which finished on Sunday, February 3. World firsts such as Suzuki's B-King, Triumph's Speed Four and the Joey Dunlop replica SP-1 drew 64,362 through the doors of the nine-day show. That?s nearly 5000 up on last year. But as well as loads of new bikes, including the Honda RC211V four stroke GP bike, the show was packed with bargains, drawing the crowds back mid week. In fact every mid-week day was up in attendance on last year as people dodged the weekend crowds to search for the best kit. The MCN Stunt Road Show proved a massive hit with the crowds and every performance was in front of packed grandstands with people finding every possible place to watch the riders from. If you missed it, there's another chance to see it again at the Scottish Motorcycle Show on March 9-10 in Edinburgh.