London’s largest motorcycling event, the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show, roars back into the capital February 14-16 to celebrate all things two wheeled. Alongside the latest machines from the world’s leading manufacturers, visitors will be able to see unmissable classic content including a world exclusive tribute to the one and only Barry Sheene.
See the biggest road racing celebs
See the very best road racers to compete in this years Michelin Thunderdrome including McGuinness, Michael Rutter, Peter Hickman and James Hillier. They’ll be taking on the new TT themed race circuit and when they’re not racing they’ll be interviewed on the MCN stage.
Unseen Sheene collection
This unique collection includes a whopping NINE genuine Sheene Grand Prix machines including Sheene’s two world championship bikes and Barry’s first Grand Prix machine, an exquisite 1967 125cc Suzuki twin, the bike that he rode to victory at the Mallory Park post TT in 1970. The collection also includes three Yamaha Grand Prix machines from the early eighties. Sheene’s 1976-77 team mate Steve Parrish and Suzuki chief technician during Sheene’s championship winning years will be onstage and giving incredible insight behind the bikes and the man himself.
Classic TT launches at the show
The Classic TT is one of the most exciting races on the calendar and for 2020 the event will be officially launched at the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show. The Classic TT will be bringing the bikes and stars to showcase this truly unique event including four race winning machines from 2019.
The Bonhams Classic zone has everything for the classic and vintage enthusiast. The National Motorcycle Museum are bringing along several works BSA and Triumph triple racers to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Rob North framed works machines, plus Bonhams will be displaying a collection of breathtaking collection of Italian racing machines. The iconic Italian manufacturer Morbidelli is slimming down it’s private collection and this will be the first chance to see these bikes in the UK before they go to auction next spring. The collection includes:
- 1950 Benelli 250cc GP
- 1964 Ducati 125cc Bialbero four
- Ducati 125cc Gran Sport Monoalbero
- 1956 Linto 75cc Bialbero
- 1956 Ducati 125cc Bialbero GP
- 1953 MV Agusta 125cc Bialbero racer
- 1959 Benelli 250cc Bialbero GP
- 1959 Mondial Paton 250cc GP
- 1964 Benelli 250cc four-cylinder GP (ex-Tarquinio Provini)
- 1973 Morbidelli 125cc GP (ex-Angel Nieto)
- 1976 Morbidelli 250cc GP (Giacomo Agostini’s spare bike)
Have a Pint with McPint.
The John McGuinness pub is opening its doors again and some of McPints most famous race bikes will be on display. When the 23 time TT winner isn’t riding in the Michelin Thunderdrome he’ll be in the bar telling anecdotes. There will also be McGuinness merchandise to buy
See the World’s coolest customs
Built magazine will be bringing a jaw dropping collection of the latest machines from Europe’s premier custom shops to the show. There’ll be over a dozen bikes on display, expect the very best bikes from the biggest names in the business.
Get yourself kitted out for the season
All the biggest clothing, kit and accessory brands will be at the show. From technologically advanced race leathers to no nonsense casual jackets plus urban gear too. Bag a bargain from London’s biggest motorcycle shop – it’s on for one weekend only!
Save £££s by booking tickets online now at www.mcnmotorcycleshow.com