Hot metal hits Scotland
All the latest bikes and some amazing live action all under one roof.
Biking is booming again with the hottest range of new machines we’ve seen in years. Now Scottish fans can see all the key bikes gathered together in Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre during the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Show on March 7-8.
As well as the bikes, there are stacks of stars including John McGuinness and stunts from Scotland’s finest, Kevin Carmichael.
Scrambler set to steal show
Ducati Glasgow will be heading to the Show with the 899 and 1200 Panigales, the next-generation Multistrada 1200 and the new Scrambler range. Visitors can sit and get a feel for the bikes, and check out some of the extras and accessories available.
See Triumph’s new Tigers
The new 800cc Tigers will be headlining on the Triumph stand, so try them for size and book yourself a test ride. The Tiger 800XR is a road biased machine, whereas the 800XC leans towards the off-road rider. Bristling with top-spec equipment as standard, the Tigers are designed to deliver whatever you want, no matter how you ride.
Suzuki reveals GSX-S1000
Suzuki’s new semi-naked GSX-S1000 and the faired GSX-S1000F will be big attention grabbers. The duo have an all-new lightweight frame and an inline-four based on the GSX-R1000 K5, regarded as one of the best ever engines. Suzuki can be found on Stand H128 and will be supported by popular dealerships Mickey Oates Motorcycles, Saltire Suzuki and Cupar Motorcycles.
New Yamaha Tracer
Yamaha will be there with its stunning new MT-09 Tracer and MT-07 Moto Cage models, based on the big-selling MT-09 and MT-07 range. More Yamahas are being confirmed for the show as MCN goes to press.
Classic machines will be out in force, courtesy of the VMCC Central Scottish and Auld Reekie, Edinburgh Sections, who will join forces over the weekend to display over 20 vintage and classic motorcycles. Theirs will be one of the biggest displays in the Classic Arena with machines from the true vintage era right through to the later classics.David Hailwood, the son of the late great Mike ‘the bike’ Hailwood will be bringing along a fascinating collection of Hailwood bikes and family memorabilia including helmets and family albums.
The show is open 9am until 5pm each day. Adult ticket prices start from just £12 when booked in advance or £16 on the door. Senior citizen tickets are £10 in advance or £14 on the door. Kids under 15 go free when accompanied by a paying adult. All tickets are subject to a service charge. Parking is £6 per car, motorcycles are free and secure helmet storage is available.
To book tickets visit www.scottishmotorcycleshow.com