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MCN Festival: More bikes added to classic parade

Published: 09 May 2016

Updated: 09 May 2016

More bikes have been added to the classic parade at this weekend's MCN Festival, bringing the total to 50 classic and iconic race bikes which will be run several times over the course of the weekend.

Among the bikes recently added to the parade is a RC213V-S - Honda's £137,000 road-going MotoGP replica - one of only a handful in the UK.

Only 250 examples of the V4 RC213V-S will be produced, 40 of which are destined for the UK.

The latest bikes added to the classic parade are listed below and include a 2002 Vimto Honda SP-1, ex-Toseland supersport bike and an ex Joey-Dunlop Honda RS125:

1996 Ducati "Old Spice" BSB
2002 Honda SP1 "Vimto"
1967 Honda RC181 500cc 4 replica
1998 ex-Toseland WSS Honda 600
1973 MV Agusta 500 3cyl
1975 Yamaha TZ 750 Agostini rep
1973 Triumph Trident 750 3 cyl
1969 Aermachi 350cc single
1962 Norton Manx
2016 Honda  RC213 MotoGP rep  
Rob North BSA Rocket 3 1000cc
Yamaha TZ250W reversed cyl  twin
1960 Matchless G50 500cc single
1962 Honda RC161 4cyl 250
Honda CRH 6 cyl 1000cc
Moto2 600 ex Spanish Championship
1978 Yamaha TZ360E
1968 Aermacchi 344cc ex Zappa
1968 Tribsa 760cc twin
Honda RS250R HRC factory bike
1962 Honda RC163 250cc 4cyl
1971 Yamaha 250 4cyl Prototype
1986 Honda RS500 3cyl 2stroke
Roc Yamaha YZR 1990s GP bike
Rob North Triumph 750cc 3 cyl
1970s Suzuki TR250
"Works" Norton 500cc single
Ex-Joey Dunlop Honda RS 125
1972 YamahaTZ700
1972 Yamaha TZ 700 Romero rep

These bikes join an already impressive list of bikes which includes the beautiful handcrafted DR Moto, 1996 Yamaha YZR500 and 1963 factory Bianchi:

2012 MotoGP DR Moto (the MotoGP bike you can buy)
2014 MotoGP DR Moto mk 2
FTR Moto2 (the Blusens 600 campaigned by Julian Simon in 2012)
1996 Yamaha YZR 500
1972 Suzuki TR750
1972 Yamaha TZ700
1970 Benelli 500cc 4cyl
1969 factory original Hannah-Paton 500cc
1963 Factory Bianchi 498cc Twin
Honda RC162 250cc 4cyl replica
Honda RC 163 250cc 4cyl replica   
1973 Rob North Triumph Triple
1976 Suzuki RG500
1994 Honda NSR ex-Factory Team Castrol 
1992 Honda RS250
1972 Seeley Norton 750
2009 TAS  Ex-Cameron Donald Suzuki  600 Supersport
2009 Ex-Alistair Seeley TAS Suzuki 1000cc
1969 Honda RC115 50cc Replica
1963 Factory Bianchi 498cc

The classic bike parade laps will take place twice a day, starting at 11am and 1:15pm.

Save money now

Advance ticket sales close at noon on Monday, May 9. And remember, one child goes free per paying adult.

Camping can be booked online up until midnight Monday, May 9. Day tickets will be available for purchase on the gate. 

Advance camping
• Camping per adult: £35
• Group camping (4+ adults): £30pp
• Caravan/motorhome: £20 per plot
• Concession (65+): £30
• Additional child camping (child 5-15): £10

Advance day tickets
• Adult day: £15
• Concession day (65+) £11
• Group ticket (6+ standard adult): £12.50pp
• Additional child (5-15): £8 (one free per paying adult)

On-the-gate camping
• Adult: £40
• Additional child (5-15): £12.50

On-the-gate day tickets
• Adult: £19
• Concession (65+): £16.50
Additional child (5-15): £10 (one free per paying adult). Online tickets subject to £1 fee for e-tickets or £1.50 for standard delivery.

Opening Times
• Saturday May 14 9am-6pm
• Sunday May 15 9am-6pm

Campers can arrive from 4pm on Friday, May 13 and must leave by 7.30pm on Sunday, May 15.

Where is it?
Peterborough Arena, 

Book your tickets now at or by calling 0871 230 1108

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