Free Shuttle Bus from Saltire Motorcycles and Alba Customs to the MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show.
For many the start of the Biking season comes with the MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show.
Join us at the show with a selection of Indian,
and Victory Motorcycles..........
plus more to be announced!
Buy your tickets: in advance £13 and save a few ££'s
(£17 on the gate). Kids under the age of 12 go free.
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!
Free Bacon Butty and Cup of Tea / Coffee
for everyone booked on the bus
between 9 - 11am each morning.
Simply complete the form, or
call Gill on 0131 478 6661 option 7 to book your seats.
Regular bus service leaving Saltire from 9am, with the last bus returning from Ingliston at 5pm.
The MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show is the biggest motorcycle show in Scotland.
Featuring the latest model motorcycles -
we’re excited to see for 2017 the new
Suzuki GSX-R125, DL250 and SV650 Scrambler;
along side for Yamaha the 2017 YZF-R6, YZF-R3,the XSR900 Abarth and the SCR950 there will be
plenty to look at!
That’s not to mention everything else that's going on.....the clothing, accessories, the Classic hall and Live action from Kevin Carmichael, Terry Grant Stunts and the Knockhill Stage.
There will be taster sessions on offer from MotoScotland - the UK’s largest off road motorbike training centre, based in Inveraray; they will be demonstrating off road riding techniques. For the lucky few, licensed riders can book a one to one off road taster with a qualified ACU Instructor. Bookings taken on both show days on a first come first served basis.
The governing body for motorcycle sport in Scotland the SACU will also be in attendance offering advice and instruction on all forms of Motorcycle Sport.
You'll be able to get close to bikes currently competing in the Scottish, British and World Championships.
Honda's My First Licence experience allows Children between the ages of 5 and 11 to experience the excitement of being on 2 wheels, whilst also learning of road safety and awareness.
Plus much more......