Mini Bike racing comes to the MCN Festival
British Mini Bikes racing is the fastest growing ‘grass roots’ bike racing championship in the UK and you can watch it for free at this year’s Carole Nash MCN Festival of Motorcycling.
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Riders range from the age of 6 to over 60 and the Championship is set up to make the racing as accessible and as low cost as low as possible with stock classes (unmodified bikes), cheap bikes and parts, plus the majority of the cash going into the sport is re-invested. This means that rider talent shines, not how much cash has been invested in the bikes!
A demonstration of minibike racing will take place on the hour throughout the day in the hangar next to the Motorex Classic Bike fire-up paddock.
The Carole Nash MCN Festival takes place on May 13-14 at the Peterborough Arena.
Camping is a great way to experience all that the Festival has to offer. Campers gain early access into the show, have the opportunity to be the first to sign up for test rides and bag a bargain, plus, Festival campers get in to see a full speedway round as part of their weekend pass. There's some great evening entertainment for those who stay all weekend. Yamaha will be hosting the MT Dark Side Party on both Friday and Saturday evening with plenty of live music to get the party in full swing.
Take advantage of our advance ticket offer by booking before May 8.