The International Motorcycle and Scooter Show (that's the NEC to most of us) is your first chance to see all the new bikes and products for 2005 in the UK, and the opening day is just two days away.
And we'll be at the Birmingham NEC to bring you all the breaking news from the event, whether it's new bikes, new products, or live coverage of the prize winners from the MCN Awards event.
We're also aiming to bring you action from the MCN live webcam. You''ll be able to see the MCN Babes, the trials action, and get TV-style coverage of the new bikes, all on www.motorcyclenews.com
In addition, KTM are offering a Supermoto demonstration and test ride on an outdoor circuit, a new look MCN Race Paddock will have 13 race teams in attendance from MotoGP and British Superbikes, and seven times world champion Dougie Lapkin will be among the stars riding in the Trials Arena.
The Classic Village will host the Carole Nash Classic Bike Competition, the Custom Extreme area takes modifications a stage further than most, and there's a Touring and Leisure section to help you decide on a two-wheeled holiday. You can also try Mini Motos or one of the latest scooter models.
We're holding a competition for tickets, here.
Discuss the Internationl Motorcycle and Scooter Show, here.