Just days to go until the 2020 Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show!

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Scotland’s biggest and best bike show returns to Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre this weekend with all the latest models from the major manufacturers.

The Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show, held on Saturday Sunday, March 7-8, is a haven for anyone with a passion for motorcycles. Three exhibition halls house hundreds of exhibitors all of which benefit from being at Scotland’s only indoor bike event.

It’s the country’s biggest shop window for bikers, with more than 120 exhibitors attending the event each year giving visitors a unique opportunity to see the latest bikes and test new products throughout the weekend. The three exhibition halls are jam-packed with bargains from helmets to leathers and even special offers on 2019 bikes.

There will also be hundreds of gorgeous classics on display. Take a ride down memory lane in the Classic Bike magazine Pavilion where you’ll see Scotland’s biggest collection of classics, spanning over 80 years. It brings together the biggest collection of vintage/classics under one roof north of the border. With more than 30 club displays in total, there will be around 500 classic machines to drool over.

The concours display has around 70 bikes already booked in and owners are now frantically polishing to get their pride and joy ready for the show. Don’t miss the Classic Bike fire-up paddock where rare and exciting examples from yesteryear are started for the punters’ pleasure. See, hear and smell the motorcycles in the metal that you grew up dreaming about. The Built not Bought Custom Motorcycle Show in association with JM Customs will also be back with some truly stunning metal on display. 

New for 2020 is The Mattie Griffin street biking road show will be wowing the crowds as will the classic and race bike fire up paddock. Our confirmed guests are Dougie Lampkin and Niall Mackenzie who will be being interviewed on the Knockhill Stage at various points throughout the weekend.

Children under 12 go free and there is plenty to keep them entertained. Make a day out of it and your nippers will soon be converted to the joy of two wheels, so make sure you are there to check it out.

Essential info

 The show is open 9am-5pm on both days. Tickets on the gate are £18 and under-12s get in free. We do not offer a senior rate. Parking is chargeable by the showground and is £5 per car. Motorcycle parking is free of charge.

● By road The Royal Highland Centre sits off Glasgow Road (A8) between Newbridge roundabout and the A8/Airport roundabout, one of the main routes into the city. Access to the Royal Highland Centre is from A8/Airport roundabout on to Eastfield Road. From there signposts are visible, directing you to the venue along Fairview Road onto Ingliston Road.

● By bus From Edinburgh, Lothian Buses run regular services including the 48, 35 and the Airport Express (100). All buses run regularly and drop-off close to the Centre. Call Lothian Buses on 0131 555 6363. 

● By rail The nearest Railway station is Edinburgh Park or South Gyle train station. For more information contact National Rail on 08457 484950. Or, hop in a taxi. Taxis are availiable from outside the station and will get you to the Royal Highland Centre in 15/20 minutes. 

● By air The Royal Highland Centre is situated adjacent to Edinburgh Airport. Book now, and get your season off to a fantastic start, at www. scottishmotorcycleshow.


 

Just days to go until the 2020 Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show!

First published 12 February 2020 by MCN News

Buy tickets to the 2020 Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show

Scotland’s biggest and best motorcycle show returns to Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre in March 2020 with all the latest models, major manufacturers, and breathtaking live action – plus just confirmed is the Triumph Scrambler 1200 used by Guy Martin to recreate the jump from The Great Escape.

The Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show, held on Saturday-Sunday, March 7-8, is a must for anyone with a passion for motorcycles with more than 15,000 visitors every year.

There’s so much to see

Over 120 exhibitors attend the event each year giving visitors a unique opportunity to see new bikes and test new products. The three exhibition halls are packed with bargains from helmets to leathers. There will be new models from manufacturers including Ducati, KTM – bringing their 1290 Super Duke R, 890 Duke R and 390 Adventure – Suzuki, CCM, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Royal Enfield, Triumph, Husqvarna, Indian and MV Agusta.

Visit the website for the latest ticket offers.


Don't miss next month's Scottish Motorcycle Show!

First published January 29

Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show 2020

All roads lead to Edinburgh as Scotland’s biggest motorcycle show returns to the Royal Highland Centre this March with all the latest models, key manufacturers, and live action. The Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show, held on Saturday-Sunday, March 7-8, is essential for anyone with a love for motorcycles.

The three exhibition halls are packed with bargains from helmets to leathers. There will be new models from manufacturers including Ducati, KTM – bringing their 1290 Super Duke R, 890 Duke R and 390 Adventure – Suzuki, CCM, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Royal Enfield, Triumph, Husqvarna, Indian and MV.

Do not try this at home

Ranked fifth in the world at Street Bike Freestyle Riding in 2008 and 2009, Mattie Griffinwill be doing some incredible stunts live in front of the show crowds.

Inspirational metal

The ‘Built not Bought’ Custom Bike Show in association with JM Customs is back this year. Entries are now open to any owners wishing to enter the various categories. Just contact James at JM Customs directly via jm-customs@outlook.com.

Book now

Children under 12 go free and there’s plenty to keep them entertained. Make a day out of it and enjoy everything the show has to offer.

Visit the website for the latest ticket offers.

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