It's a no show! MCN London Motorcycle Show cancelled for 2021

London Motorcycle Show cancelled
London Motorcycle Show cancelled

It is with great sadness that we have to confirm the cancellation of the 2021 MCN London Motorcycle Show. The events team has been relentlessly exploring every avenue of opportunity in the hope of finding a way to run the show, but unfortunately all those avenues have now been exhausted. We must all follow the Government guidelines and the latest lock-down measures mean we are unable to run the event this year.

The MCN London Motorcycle Show has long been the klaxon that heralds the start of the biking season, giving showgoers an unrivalled opportunity to immerse themselves in new bikes, the latest kit, live action, special builds and exceptional exhibitions – and to surround themselves with inspiration for how to get more from their bike life in the coming year. It feels very strange for us, as we’re sure it does for you, to be starting the year without the sound of ExCeL’s halls reverberating to the collective excitement of 40,000 bike addicts revving up for the year ahead.

But our absolute priority is to safeguard the health and welfare of all those who come together to make the event happen: the visitors, trade exhibitors, partners, contractors and staff. In these extraordinary times, we also have a wider responsibility to support the UK’s efforts to confront the pandemic, encourage our industry and customers to support the restrictions and to help the UK to overcome this appalling virus.

However, we are absolutely committed to bringing the MCN London Motorcycle Show back to life in 2022 – and plans are already underway to deliver our best show ever. 

We are not yet able to confirm the show dates, but hope to welcome you back to London in early 2022.

If you have already booked tickets for 2021, they will be honoured for the 2022 event – you don’t need to do anything. But if you are unable to make the new dates, you will be able to get a refund. Please visit for further information.

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