Lampkin: 'Revolution will be an incredible show!'

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12-time world trials champ Dougie Lampkin will once again star in the Revolution live action show, held at the Excel centre London on 2-5 February. The incredibly talented Lampkin is returning for his second stint at Revolution and couldn’t be more excited at competing against an all-British line-up.

Lampkin explained: “I’m really excited about the new Brit-pack and especially having my mate Knighter along. We both know exactly what we’re capable of and all I can say is that it’s going to be an incredible show!”

Six of the UK’s greatest riders

Lampkin will line up alongside five more of the UK’s greatest riders to compete in the live action show that combines a heady mix of the finest, high-adrenaline stunt riders performing outrageous tricks and star celebrity riders going head-to-head across a specially-built course.

Held alongside the Carole Nash MCN Motorcycle show at ExCeL, London on 2-5 February, Revolution is the unmissible motorcycle event of 2012.


Showcasing the best of British talent from both on and off-road worlds, the final line up is; John McGuinness, Ian Hutchinson, Neil Hodgson, Chris Walker, David Knight and Dougie Lampkin. Between them the Revolution riders have over 15 world and 20 national titles between them!

Why you should go

1. See Revolution AND the Carole Nash MCN Motorcycle show from just £20! Plus kids go free (one per paying adult). See for more details of the show and tickets.

2. You can be a VIP. Special tickets will get you the best seats in the Revolution show arena plus free parking, free refreshments and an autograph session with the Revolution stars.

3. See all the 2012 bikes in London for the first time. The main hall will include all the machines from all the major motorcycle firms.

4. It’s easy to get to from the South East. ExCeL is in Docklands, London – just 3 minutes walk from a DLR station.

5. It’s easy to book. Just call 0844-581-4924 or go online at and quote ELM300.



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