Join us at the 1st MCN Scottish Festival; combining our 2 passions - motorcycles and music!
Discounted Advance Tickets:
Book your tickets now and use the discount codes below to get £2.00 off the day ticket price or £5.00 off camping tickets.
MANU2 (£2 off day ticket code)
MANU5 (£5 off camping ticket code)
Purchase your ticket online and enter the above codes at www.mcnscottishfestival.co.uk
What else is going on?
The Purple Helmets will be joining us at The MCN Scottish Festival in 2018 with their world renowned stunt show. Your never quite sure what you’re going to witness during their displays but rest assured it won’t be mainstream and it will be very amusing!
The Purple Helmets stunt team live on the Isle of Man in 'Castle Wintop' near to Injebreck, in West Baldwin. They sleep together in a large round bed and mostly eat twigs and leaves that they collect from local plantations. During still autumn nights they can often be heard singing each other to sleep and the orange glow from their peat fire can be seen from many miles away. None of the Purple Helmets go by their real names; they all have stage names to protect their identities from both women and dentists. Because they live on the edge of a reservoir the Purple Helmets are great swimmers, two of whom swam for the North West of England under 12's and the whole team have their brown lifesaving medallions.
The Two Brothers Stunt Team were the first team in the Uk to have a fully dedicated drift bike, the team now have three dedicated drift bikes pioneering the drift bike scene in the UK today!
The bikes have a 10” stretched rear swing arm , which is the main obvious modification. They also have lots of other little tweeks to make drifting just that little easier. Such as the flat tank for sitting on in the high chair position whilst drifiting , when in the high chair position the rear foot brake cannot be reached so the bikes have a extra rear brake underneath the clutch lever called a hand brake.
The bikes run a full crash cage for those moments when it goes wrong! In the show you will see the guys drift with amazing accuracy , drifting around volunteers and performing various tricks.
Although the guys can drift standard bikes, the drift bikes are just so much fun and the Two Bros Team can be a a lot more accurate and flexible with the bikes, which makes for an adrenaline filled, noisy, smokey show!
Dirty Harry is the only tribute band for the true Blondie fan. Formed in Edinburgh in early 2011, Dirty Harry was borne out of singing doctor, Sarah Kennedy’s desire to create a act which could play homage to everyone’s favourite rock goddess, Debbie Harry and to the band who practically invented Power Pop, Blondie. Nearly four decades after Blondie emerged onto the anarchic downtown New York punk scene Sarah struck gold on Gumtree and found four of Edinburgh’s finest musicians to complete the line up. In the annuls of rock Blondie is unique; their back catalogue has proven to be timeless and with Ms Harry at the front, whats not to like guys!
Dirty Harry has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of the band but a look- a- like of Debbie to deliver the good stuff.
Expect top tunes including: 'Heart Of Glass', 'Call Me', 'Rapture', 'Sunday Girl', 'Dreaming', 'Atomic', 'Hanging on the Telephone', 'Maria', 'One way or Another' Dirty Harry do it all plus plenty more of the best chart toppers and fan’s favourites during the MCN Scottish Festival weekend.
Just Jovi is the result of a six month long nuclear reaction that took place in Edinburgh during 2016. Six men; a scientist, an engineer, three IT guys and a nurse collided in a process of fusion, with just a little fission along the way.
When the dust settled, Just Jovi emerged as one seamless entity. Experts say there are only two ways to tell the difference between Just Jovi and Bon Jovi.
The first is to listen to the accents in between songs.
If they are Scottish, it’s Just Jovi.
The second is through visual inspection.
Just Jovi sure don’t look much like Jon, Ritchie and co.
But the sound? They’ve got that nailed and that’s where “The Experience” comes from.
Close your eyes and it’s just like you’re there listening to the great Bon Jovi, live at their very best.
If you like your rock heavy, your guitars loud and your vocals spine-tingling then Shardlake will be right up your street.
This electrifying five-piece from Glasgow are one of Scotland’s top classic rock bands.
They’ll be turning it up to 11 with some of the greatest rock anthems of all time – from AC/DC to Led Zeppelin and from Rainbow to Guns ‘n’ Roses!
See them live at the 2018 MCN Scottish Festival!
Now it’s your turn to experience the revolutionary new NIKEN the world’s first Leaning Multi Wheel motorcycle. The NIKEN Tour will be visiting three locations across the UK with a fleet of demonstrators – the first being the MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd July 2018 – join us for a world first from Yamaha!
NIKEN’s sporty body design enables it to express agility and controllability. NIKEN’s riding position is upright, dynamic with a wide handlebar: ‘in control’ for active riding but at the same time, inviting to ride longer distances.
As a premium Yamaha model, the NIKEN uses our most advanced manufacturing techniques and materials. Impressive stopping power allows the rider to utilize the increased front end grip, giving the rider more confidence to brake harder in non-ideal road conditions.
Don’t miss your opportunity to experience this phenomenon book your tickets now and test ride the all new NIKEN at its debut outing at the MCN Scottish Festival.
Book your test ride by calling us on 0131 478 6661 or via email email@example.com
Test ride all the new 2018 models in The Black Horse Finance Manufacturer Zone.
We will be offering test rides on Yamaha, Suzuki, Indian and Royal Endfield Motorcycles.
Test Ride Terms & Conditions:
Full motorcycle Licence and NI number required to be shown on the day to check licences
Appropriate riding gear must be worn at all times during the Test Ride
Test rides are accompanied and follows a set route
Riders must be aged 25 years, with no more than 3 penalty points on licence
Riders must abide by the Highway Code and are responsible for any/all offences under the Road Traffic Acts during the test ride
The motorcycle must be returned in the same condition as they received it
In the case of damage to the motorcycle during the test ride the insurance excess payable by the rider is £2,500.
Riders must be in a fit and healthy condition to ride
We reserve the right to refuse a test ride for any reason
Catch the largest collection of classic race bikes in motion on the oldest circuit in Scotland
For only £40.00 per person (day ticket £15.00 per person per day - prices when booked in advance) for a weekend ticket and camping, it's too good an offer to miss!! To book your ticket click here (booking fees apply).
The campsite opens from 12 noon on Friday 20 July 2018. Lets make a camp where we can have fun, enjoy motorcycles and music.