Scotland’s biggest and best show returns to Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre on March 7 and 8, with all the latest moles, major manufacturers and breath-taking live action shows.
Major bike manufacturers will showcase their 2015 models and there will be exclusive offers from the dealers on both upcoming models and 2014 bikes. You can bag a bargain in the Bike Jumble and browse the Retail Village, where a host of traders will be able to fit you out with new riding kit and accessories.
Take a ride down memory lane in the Classic Bike hall, where you can find Scotland’s biggest collection of classic motorcycles, spanning over 80 years. The main stage will also host a display celebrating the racing heritage of Mike Hailwood, put together by his son David – who will be hosting Q&A sessions and slideshows during the Show.
There will be an impressive range of custom bikes from Clydebank-based House of Custom, specialists in Harley Davidson Sportsters, and local stunt ace Kevin Carmichael will be wowing the crowds along with stunt driver Terry Grant.
The Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show will be open from 9am to 5opm each day. Adult tickets start from £12 when booked in advance, and kids under 15 of free when accompanied by a paying adult. To book tickets click here.