Ride your dream at MCN Festival

1 of 2

More bikes have been added to the MCN Festival test bike fleet including Suzuki’s new SV650 and KTM’s stunning 1290 Super Adventure. So if you want to ride the pick of 2016’s new bikes from a whole host of manufacturers there’s only one place to do it and that’s at the MCN Festival on May 14-15.

Triumph have already confirmed they’re bringing along 12 models from their 2016 range (including the incredible Thruxton R and T120) to the Peterborough event, and now Suzuki, KTM, Indian and Victory have also announced their test bike fleets.

As well as the brilliant new SV650, Suzuki will also be bringing the GSX-S1000, V-Strom 650XT, and the M1800RBZ performance cruiser. KTM are bringing eight of their 2016 models including the 690 Duke, 1050 Adventurer, 1190 Adventure and 1290 Super Adventure. Meanwhile, Indian and Victory will be lining up a huge fleet of demo machines including the class-leading Indian Scout.

The manufacturer test fleets aren’t the only chance to get on two wheels at the Festival. The Yamaha MX Experience will be offering demos on motocross machines, and there will also be a ‘try a big adventure bike’ area with a range of Triumph Explorer and Tiger models to sample off road.

With such a large range of bikes available there’s going to be something for everyone at this year’s event, so book now because advance ticket holders get priority booking for demo rides. 

Tickets cheaper than 2015

  • Advance day tickets are just £15. That’s £4 cheaper than the standard advance ticket price in 2015. Come with a few mates and book a group of six or more and the ticket price drops down to just £12.50 per person. 
  • Want to make a weekend of it? Camping is available on both Friday and Saturday night and packages start at just £30 per person if you book as a group of four or more. A standard camping ticket is £35 per person.
  • All bookings are subject to a transaction fee. Advance ticket purchasers will be notified by email week commencing May 2 to advise that the test ride booking system is open. 

Click here to book your tickets, or call 0871 230 1108

MCN News

By MCN News