Ride the Ducati Supersport S at the MCN Festival
Ducati will be bringing their new 937cc Supersport S to the Carole Nash MCN Festival of Motorcycling on May 13-14 and you could one of the lucky test riders.
With its simple, modestly-powered V-twin engine, all wrapped up in a sweet-handling chassis the new SuperSport S has more than enough power for the road and will dance through your favourite corners with ease. Ideal for the fast swooping roads in the Cambridgeshire countryside.
If the Supersport S doesn’t float your boat there are many other Ducati models to try out over the weekend...
Ducati’s full test fleet
- Multistrada 950
- Supersport S
- Monster 797
- Multistrada 1200s
- 959 Panigale
- Scrambler Classic
- Scrambler Desert Sled
Booking a test ride couldn’t be easier, just go to the Ducati stand with your riding kit and appropriate licence on the day. With over 100 bikes on the Festival fleet, if you want to pack in more than a few rides it makes sense to bring your tent…
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Make a weekend of it
Camping is a great way to experience all that the Festival has to offer. Not only can campers watch a full Championship Speedway round for free on Saturday night* but they also gain early access into the show, giving them the opportunity to be the first to sign up for test rides. Plus campers get access to the retail zone to bag an early bargain.
There’s also 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.
Advance day tickets and camping packages are now on sale, with discounted day tickets at £15 online, seniors (over 65) £11 and camping starts at £30 per person. Children go free.
*Day ticket-holders can watch the Championship Speedway round (Peterborough Panthers v Newcastle Diamonds) but will need to buy an additional £16 ticket on the gate.