MCN Festival: A motorcycle show where you can ride the bikes!

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The MCN Festival is offering visitors the rare ability to try-out a multitude of bikes from the major manufacturers.

Think of it as a bike show that allows you to actually test-ride the metal on offer!

We’ve secured an incredible selection of machines from adventure & off road bikes to cutting-edge sports bikes from the likes of Victory, Indian, Suzuki, Aprilia, Harley Davidson, Kawasaki, KTM, Triumph and Yamaha.


 

These are the bikes already confirmed to be available, and we’ll be announcing more to the list over the coming days:

Kawasaki

  • Z300
  • ER-6n
  • ER-6f
  • Versys 650
  • Vulcan S
  • Ninja ZX-6R
  • Ninja 636
  • Z800
  • Versys 1000
  • Z1000SX ABS
  • ZX-10R
  • 1400GTR

KTM:

  • 1050 Adventure
  • 1190 Adventure
  • 1190 Adventure R
  • 1290 Super Adventure

Yamaha MT Tour:

  • MT-09 Tracer
  • MT-09 ABS
  • MT-09 Street Rally
  • MT-09 Sport Tracker
  • MT-07 ABS
  • MT-07 Moto Cage
  • MT-125 (closed course)
  • MT-07 RSK, A2 licence 35kW (closed course)

Triumph:

  • Bonneville T100 Black
  • Daytona 675R
  • Rocket X
  • Scrambler
  • Speed Triple R
  • Speedmaster
  • Street Triple
  • Street Triple R
  • Thruxton
  • Thunderbird LT
  • Thunderbird Nightstorm
  • Tiger 800 XCx
  • Tiger 800 XRx
  • Tiger Explorer XC
  • Tiger Sport
  • Trophy SE

Harley-Davidson:

  • Iron
  • Forty-Eight
  • Fat Bob
  • Slim
  • Street Glide Special
  • Night Rod Special

 


 

This isn’t just a quick ride around a test circuit either – we’re talking the opportunity to ride some of the finest roads around the Cambridgeshire countryside for upto an hour.

Where else can you get the chance to jump on bikes from multiple manufacturers back-to-back?

And that’s not all…

If classics are more your thing, then you can step back in time with the chance to ride a vintage bike in our classics zone.

 

For all of the latest details and ticket news – visit www.mcnfestival.com

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