Win tickets to the MCN Carole Nash Scottish Motorcycle Show
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Don’t miss Scotland’s biggest and best show
Royal Highland Centre’s doors open for all things biking on April 7th-8th
See the most important bikes of 2018 at the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show
with Yamaha, Honda, Triumph, CCM, Lexmoto, KTM, Husqvarna, Suzuki, Indian, Victory,
Royal Enfield, Harley and Suzuki.
Triumph will be bringing a raft of 2018 models including the Bonneville Speedmaster, Bonneville Bobber Black both the Tiger 800 and 1200, plus the Speed Triple S and RS. Off-road fans will find something to gaze at on the KTM stand, but the Austrian manufacturer has plenty for road riders, too, such as the 790 Duke which impressed MCN’s Chief Road Tester Michael Neeves on its recent press launch.
Royal Enfield are on a roll right now with investment in research and development in the UK and cool new machines such as the Himalayan. Be sure to check them out. The bikes are astonishing value too. More than 200 exhibitors will be selling the latest motorcycle gear and demonstrating the latest in technology – as ever retailers will be slashing prices with show special galore. Younger riders can experience riding for the first time in the Honda My First Licence zone. Meanwhile the Knockill Stage will be packed with features and celebrity interviews. Plus you can see amazing specials House of Custom.
Classic Bike fire-up
The Classic Bike Magazine Pavilion brings together the biggest collection of classics under one roof north of the border. You’ll also be able to see – and hear – bikes fired into life.
New for 2018 is the Scottish Stunt Championship. The best UK and Irish stunt riders will go all out to become the Scottish Stunt Freestyle Champion 2018. Wheelies, stoppies, headstands, acrobatics, drifting, tail scraping, one hand and no hands – you will see it all! The freestyle event will be held over both days, along with the longest stoppie, the barrel sprint and a challenge event to keep the riders on their toes.