New 2022 model line-up gets exclusive UK launch at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

2022 Yamaha MT-10
2022 Yamaha MT-10

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One of the best loved events in the UK, the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 11-13 Feb returns to London’s ExCeL with all the major manufacturers confirming huge displays including some exclusive bikes and UK debuts. Manufacturers confirmed attending include BMW, CCM, Ducati, Honda, Indian Motorcycle, Kawasaki, Langen Motorcycles, Lexmoto, Suzuki, Triumph and Yamaha. 

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New 2022 model line-up gets exclusive UK launch at the show 

After an absence from UK bike shows in 2021, Yamaha have chosen the Carole Nash MCN London show to debut their impressive 2022 new model line-up. With no less than FIVE all-new new machines on display and NINE updated models the Yamaha stand will be a highlight of the show. The 2022 MT-10 and MT-10SP have been dramatically improved with aggressive stripped down styling, a host of new electronic rider aids and a more ergonomic riding position.

The motor has been refined for a ‘road focused’ delivery and the SP version is the first machine to be fitted with Ohlins latest Gen-2 electronically controlled ‘semi-active’ suspension. A system that can adjust settings automatically according to road conditions. The 2022 XSR900 and TMax Tech Max are also UK debuts in London with the XSR getting its 890cc engine, chassis and electronics from the sublime MT-09, plus styling inspired by the iconic 1980s era Yamaha Grand Prix machines. The TMax Tech Max sports scooter receives sharper styling plus better ergonomics and passenger comfort.

Alongside Yamaha, a host of other manufacturers have chosen the London show to debut new models including Ducati who will be unveiling the spectacular DesertX, a Ducati with true off-road ability inspired by the African Rally. 

The full line-up of manufacturers confirmed so far include: Artisan Electric, BMW, CCM, Ducati, Honda, Indian Motorcycle, Kawasaki, Langen Motorcycles, Lex Moto, Suzuki, Triumph & Yamaha 

Suzuki historic Grand Prix collection

Together with a full line up of their 2022 road going models, Suzuki will also be displaying a jaw dropping collection of six world championship winning machines, spanning four decades of Grand Prix. From the XR14’s of Barry Sheene in 1976/77 to the cutting edge, techno missile of Joan Mir’s 2020 GSX-RR MotoGP machine, it’s a stunning display and a history of Grand Prix progress. 

World Championship winning Suzuki Grand Prix bikes on display: 

1976 Barry Sheene RG500 (XR14)

1977 Barry Sheene RG500 (XR14A)

1981 Marco Lucchinelli RG500 (XR35)

1982 Franco Uncini RG500 (XR40)

1993 Kevin Schwantz RGV500 (XR79)

2000 Kenny Roberts Jnr. RGV500 (XRBO) 

2020 Joan Mir GSX-RR (XBHO)

PLUS, hear the 1976 Sheene bike fired-up on Fire-up Friday! Bring your ear-plugs, you’ll need them!

Eight of the UK’s top riders have just been confirmed for this year's ‘MCN King of the Roads’ races

Top road racers will be at the Carole Nash London Motorcycle Show

Held in the centre of the main hall, the thrilling live action racing boasts a new track, complete with Ballaugh Bridge jump, and two legendary team captains, TT and road racing giants John McGuinness and Peter Hickman.

McPint and Hicky will be joined by a glittering line-up of riders including Grand Prix, TT, Endurance, British and World Supersport rider Danny Webb and current British GP2 champion Charlie Nesbitt. 2021 National Superstock champ Tom Neave and brother Tim will be going bar to bar with Danny and Charlie as the brothers let their experience shine, sliding their way around the new TT themed course.  Last but not least, 2020 Superstock champ Chrissy Rouse and TT regular Dominic Herbertson will be using all their experience to fight their way to the front as the pack competes for the MCN King of the Roads crown. When Chrissy and Dominic aren’t on track they’ll be recording episodes of their brilliantly hilarious and hugely popular ‘Chasin’ the Racin’ podcasts live at the show.

New! Exclusive Track-chat interviews with the stars

Book a Paddock Pass and get the ultimate show experience. A Paddock Pass includes day entry into the show, PLUS a grandstand seat for the live action race of your choice AND you’ll be invited onto the track for exclusive pre-race interviews with the stars. After the racing you’ll get the chance to meet all the riders in the paddock area for backstage banter and signings, you’ll also get a limited-edition Rossi souvenir magazine worth £9.99 (whilst stocks last).

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Silverstone Auctions launch new sale at London Show

Silverstone Auctions at the 2022 Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show

Silverstone Auctions have just announced a new three year partnership with the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show to provide a classic auction at the prestigious event. Taking place at the Excel centre in London docklands, the first sale on February 12 will include over 100 bikes with everything from pre-war to modern machines going under the hammer.

One of the star lots is a restored 1936 Brough Superior SS80 that’s been in a private collection for the past twenty years. Complete with works record card, buff log book and large history file, the SS80 is expected to reach over £50K. 

Consignments are now invited for the London auction. With low fees, a dedicated motorcycle consignment team and significant marketing support, the new sale offers a superb opportunity to sell motorcycles of all eras. To consign your motorcycle for sale please contact Mark Byran 07958 107974 or Dan Lovis 07472 704813

Exclusive Rossi tribute at London show

Celebrate Valentino Rossi at the MCN London Show 2022

The most talented and successful rider of the modern Moto Grand Prix era, the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show  this 11-13 Feb will feature a stunning tribute to Valentino Rossi, including six of the maestros' world championship machines and interviews with key members of his crew and support staff. 

The machines include Rossi’s four ground-breaking Yamaha MotoGP world championship winning bikes from 2004, 2005, 2008 and 2009, plus his two Aprilias from 1997 and 1999. Rarely do you get so many of Rossi’s bikes in one place so don’t miss this rare chance to see them. 

Fire up Friday, bring your earplugs!

Visitors to the show Friday will be treated to an explosion of sound as we fire up everything from stock and modified road bikes to full-on race machinery. Peter Hickman will be starting his FHO Racing BMW M1000R race bike PLUS a Honda RC213V-S road bike, a machine that’s rarely even seen in the flesh let alone heard running. Bring your earplugs, you’ll be needing them!

Get kitted out for the season

All the biggest clothing, kit and accessory brands will be at the show. From technologically advanced race leathers to branded casual clothing. Bag a bargain from London's biggest motorcycle shop - it's on for one weekend only!

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Covid-19 safe & secure

We are very excited to welcome you back to the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show this February. We are following Government advice and working closely with the venue to ensure your safety whilst at the event. Please make sure you read our Covid-19 requirements ( carefully before attending the show. We will keep these updated in-line with Government guidelines over the coming weeks. In the event of the show being postponed or cancelled due to Covid-19 you will be entitled to a ticket refund.

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*content correct at time of publishing. In the unlikely event the show is cancelled due to further coronavirus restrictions, advance ticket holders will receive a full refund. Tickets for the 2021 event will be valid. 

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