Round-up: 2017 Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show
The 2017 Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show opened its doors to visitors on Friday with punters arriving in a flurry to see the latest bikes, buy gear and watch the Australian and British 'Slide' teams in the arena.
This year's show had it all, and then some. The live action 'Slide' show, which saw the likes of John McGuinness, Chris Walker, Neil Hodgson, Troy Corser and Billy McConnell go head-to-head in a series of flat-track races.
There were also loads of new bikes on display, including the 2017 Ducati SuperSport S, the Norton V4, Yamaha's R6 and Honda's Fireblade.
The crowd also seemed very impressed as Triumph's Street Triple RS made it's first public UK appearance, as it was ridden by US stunt riders Ernie Vigil and Nick Apex.
Several zones, including an adventure one was filled with companies offering dream adventures, and there was also a host of talks from some of the best adventure riders in the world.
If classic or custom bikes was your thing then the Classic Bike of the Year finalists and the London Custom Bike Building Championships winners were announced.
There were also plenty of special bikes firing-up over the course of the weekend, including Ducati MotoGP bikes.
To top it all off we once again hosted the COYS auction, which saw lots of bikes, such will as a 1km-old Honda RC45 and some auto-jumbmle go under the hammer!
No matter what you were looking for we had it, we hope you enjoyed the 2017 show and hopefully we'll see you again in full force for 2018.
2017 London show walk-around
Sam Sunderland chat
Bikes arriving - Free parking
Get your Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle show tickets now for £21, children go free - Ticket prices include show entry and live action! Alternatively you can buy your tickets on the door.