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 on stand H202A with a selection of Indian Motorcycles, Clothing and Gift ideas
Parking at the show is £5.00 per car, however..........
Save yourself the Fiver and the hassle of the car park;
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Free Bacon Butty and Cup of Tea / Coffee
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before 11am each morning.
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.
The Major bike manufacturers will showcase their new models for 2018. Join us on stand H202A .
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.
Also going on.......
Live action with the Two Brothers Stunt Team: 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 a adrenaline filled, noisy, smokey show!
The Scottish Stunt Freestyle Championship features at the Carole Nash MCN Scotland 2018!
The best UK and Irish stuntriders 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! Also Two Brothers Stunt Team, Stuntcraft Team and Josh Turner will be performing shows during the two days. The stunt arena will be non stop all weekend at the 2018 MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show.
Motorcycle Guests - The first guest announced for 2018 is Alex George. Alex was born in March 1949 and hails from Glasgow. He came to fame when he won the 1969 Lightweight Manx Grand Prix in a time of 22.214.171.124 and a speed of 90.63. He had a glittering career both at the TT and on the GP circuits when he raced in the World Championships notably in the famous Gold Hermetite colours. Don’t miss your chance to meet Alex at this years MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show!
Live Action with James Dylan: James has performed stunts all over the world and accumulated five World Records on the way, his exploits have been shown on various television shows including 'The Worlds Most Amazing Videos'. He has got together a team of the most talented riders that will amaze you with their unbelievable skills. The Team perform two thirty minute shows that include Ramp Jumps, Wheelies, Stoppies and many more remarkable stunts that need to be seen to be believed. All this around a central core of hilarious banter from the commentator. This show always draws the biggest crowds and there is nothing the riders like more than hearing the audience cheering, clapping and shouting for more! See them at the 2018 MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show.
House of Custom - Custom Show
There will be an impressive range of customised motorbikes from Clydebank-based House of Custom, specialists in customising Harley Davidson Sportsters. With their award-winning ‘hot rod’ styling, the bikes receive a great customised paint finish, slammed suspension, drag handlebars, upgraded lights, lots of stainless steel and custom seat which gives a lower riding position and improved handling.
The Knockhill Stage -The Knockhill Stand will be jam packed with entertainment all weekend including competitions, celebrity rider interviews and much more.
Honda's My First Licence - Younger visitors to The Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show will be able to get their first taste of riding and experience just what it’s like to get on a Honda motorcycle with Honda’s unique ‘My First Licence’.
The SACU the governing body for motorcycle sport in Scotland will be attending the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle show in force this year with a large stand in the classics hall and an activity outside. The stand will allow motorcycle enthusiasts the opportunity to get close to bikes currently competing regularly in Scottish, British and World Championship competition. The stand will be manned by people currently running and riding in today’s competitions the ideal opportunity for anyone interested to question participants in all forms of Motorcycle Sport.
Plus much much more!