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26/08/2021

Motorcycle Trade Expo organisers have confirmed the decision to postpone this year’s show due to be held in October.

Expo director Andy Mayo explained; “We left the decision to postpone the 2021 event as late as possible in the hope that we could stage a safe and successful show, as Covid restrictions eased across the country. However, the risk involved still outweighs the investment required to stage Expo in the successful format exhibitors and visitors have come to expect and a “half volume” show is a risk the Expo team is not prepared to take.

“Following everything the country and the industry has been through since March 2020, we feel that a few more month’s wait would benefit everyone involved. It will also give us the Autumn Covid data to use in planning next year’s Expo.

“It’s the second year in a row we have had to postpone, but with so much interest being shown by exhibitors looking forward to seeing customers and launching new products and ranges, Expo 2022 is set to be a bumper show.”