Free Shuttle Bus To The MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show


Free Shuttle Bus from Saltire Motorcycles and Alba Customs to the 2020 MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show.

For many the start of the Biking season comes with the
MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show.

Parking at the show is £5.00 per car, however...
Save yourself the Fiver and the hassle of the car park;
with our Free park n ride Shuttle bus!

Join Alba Customs featuring the new Indian Challenger amongst other models of the Indian brand.

The Saltire Motorcycles stand will highlight some models from out other manufacturers - Yamaha, Royal Enfield, KTM & Husqvarna, Zero and Super Soco.

Scotland’s biggest and best motorcycle show returns to Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre this March with all the latest models, major manufacturers, and breathtaking live action. The Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show, is a haven for anyone with a passion for motorcycles.

Take a ride down memory lane in the Classic Bike magazine hall where you can find Scotland’s biggest collection of classic motorcycles spanning over 80 years.

What else is there to see?

Motorcycle Guests

Our first confirmed guests for 2020 are Ian Simpson and Tarran McKenzie!

Dougie Lampkin - He has won five consecutive World Indoor (1997–2001) and seven consecutive World Outdoor Championships (1997–2003). He has also won four World Team Championships (Trial des Nations) in years 1997, 1999, 2002 and 2003, six British Adult Championships, two Spanish Adult Championships and the Scott Trial on five occasions.
In 2001, Dougie was appointed an MBE for services to his sport and in 2003, he won his 12th individual world trials title. Further proof of Dougie’s talents on a motorbike came in September 2016 when he successfully wheelied the 37.7-mile Isle of Man TT circuit on his trials bike, for the film Dougie’s Wheelie.

Niall Mackenzie - Mackenzie, who hails from Fankerton, near Denny, Stirlingshire; won the British Superbike Championship three times from 1996 to 1998 with the Rob McElnea-run Yamaha team, and the British 250cc and 350cc titles twice earlier in his career. He had a long career in the Grand Prix motorcycle racing circuit, debuting in 1984 in the 250cc class.
He moved up to the 500cc class in 1986 on a Suzuki before spells on Honda and Yamaha motorcycles. He was 4th in the championship in 1990, and finished in the top 10 in the championship on five other occasions.
His final racing season was the 2000 British Superbike series, although he did a farewell one-off at Knockhill in 2001 and stood in for the injured Yukio Kagayama at Donington Park in 2003.

Stunt Riding With Mattie Griffin

Ranked fifth in the world at Street Bike Freestyle Riding in 2008 world renowned Mattie Griffin will wow the crowds. We look forward to welcoming him to Scotland.

Classic Bike Fire Up Paddock

Don’t miss the Classic Bike fire up paddock where special examples of motorcycles from yesteryear are fired up for the punters pleasure. See, hear and smell the motorcycles you grew up dreaming of!

Classic Bike Fire Up Paddock

Don’t miss the Classic Bike fire up paddock where special examples of motorcycles from yesteryear are fired up for the punters pleasure. See, hear and smell the motorcycles you grew up dreaming of!

BUILT NOT BOUGHT CUSTOM BIKE SHOW

Back by popular demand is the Built not Bought Custom Bike Show in association with JM Customs.The categories include:

  1. Classic Bike
  2. Sports Bike
  3. Rest Mod
  4. Chopper / Bobber
  5. Best in show – Colin Rutherford Memorial Trophy
  6. Best Paint
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