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Wednesday’s Ally Pally ticket winners revealed

Published: 07 January 2002

We’re giving away tickets to the MCN-backed Alexandra Palace and Road Racing Show this week. Another 10 will go today (look out for today’s competition arriving on the site soon)

We gave away 10 tickets on Tuesday and another 10 yesterday. Another 10 can be won today and there’s 20 to finish the week on Friday.

Yesterday’s quiz was be open until midnight GMT. The five winners have been drawn from entries submitted in the correct way according to the rules, and answering all the questions correctly.

How much would you save by buying a weekend Ally Pally ticket on our hotline rather than buying at the door? Answer: £3

How many postings are there on the Talk Bikes, Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja (2000-2001) bulletin board (to the nearest thousand) Answer: 7000

Name the two dealers you can CURRENTLY order through in our NEW BIKES DIRECT section? Answer: Carnell-City and DK

How many insurance companies are listed in the MCN DIRECTORY’s insurance shop? Answer: 10

Evel Knievel got wed in 1999. He was 61. What was the name of the blonde 30-year-old he married? Answer: Krystal Kennedy.

An incredible number of you got them all right. The five winners, drawn at random are:

Koro (from Kidderminster), Nutcase (from Tonbridge) Ziggi (from Billinghurst) Dempsey (from Haywards Heath) and Bluetack (from Yoevil).

One rule remains consistent throughout all the competitions to win tickets this week. You have to be a registered user of motorcyclenews.com in order to take part. So if you aren’t already, sign up today. It’s free, quick and easy to do. Simply click LOG IN at the top, right of the screen, and fill in the online forms.

The MCN-backed Ally Pally show (as most of us know it) is held at Alexandra Palace, London from January 26 to February 3, 2002. It promises to be the biggest and best show yet with stars to meet, race bikes to oggle, stunts and supermoto displays, paddock bargains, great deals on kit and bikes, free parking for bikes and cars and heaps of exciting new bikes inside.

If you don’t feel lucky, you can still save money on the entrance price by booking early. The advance ticket hotline is on 01440-704774.

The usual adult weekend ticket price is £12 and the weekday price is £10. Book early and the ticket is just £9 for which ever day you choose. Child/OAP advance tickets are £4 (compared to the usual price of £5).

Rumours are building of a very special guest star coming to the show, keep checking back for news as soon as we can confirm it.