Visitors and Exhibitors praise the best ever Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

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The 2015 Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show drew to a close Sunday, marking the end of the best event in the show’s history.

Tens of thousands of motorcycle fans flocked to London’s ExCeL Centre to see the latest machines from the world’s top manufacturers, alongside not to be missed features such as a world exclusive collection of Valentino Rossi’s most famous race bikes and a line-up of two wheel stars.

Meeting his biking fans for the first time since being crowned Kind of the Jungle, ‘I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!’ winner Carl Fogarty officially opened the Show on Friday before meeting and greeting visitors throughout the day.

Current British MotoGP hopeful Scott Redding was also in attendance on the opening day, flying back especially from testing his factory Honda in Malaysia.

 New for 2015 was the action packed live-action show ‘SLIDE’ - in association with Michelin. Visitors were able to see Isle of Man TT legend John McGuinness and BSB stars James Whitham, Chris Walker and Taylor Mackenzie battle for victory as they locked handlebars…with predictable results!

 Alongside Carl Fogarty and Scott Redding, race fans were treated to a world-exclusive collection of bikes from MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi, with the collection boasting an incredible nine of his former bikes. The British Superbike Championship was also back with a big presence, boasting a collection of their 2015 title contenders on the stand while the Tyco BMW squad of Michael Laverty, Tommy Bridewell and Alastair Seeley unveiled their 2015 colours to a packed audience.

On Sunday, the ever-popular Peter Hickman also pulled the wraps off his RAF Reserves BMW Superbike he will be competing In. 

2015 also marks sixty years since the first ever edition of MCN and as a special birthday feature, they showcased some of the most influential bikes from the last sixty years. The February event kicks off a year of celebrations with the highlight being the launch of the MCN Festival of Motorcycling (May 16-17) giving bikers not only the opportunity to see and hear some of motorcycling’s most iconic machines but to also test ride the full spectrum of latest 2015 bikes. 

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MCN Staff

By MCN Staff