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MCN London show bounces back

After a one-year hiatus, the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show returned to the capital with a weekend of two-wheel action.

With exclusive machines from 21 manufacturers, a tribute feature to MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi and live-action racing, 31,814 bike fans attended ExCeL London to kick-start the biking season. 

Artisan Electric, BMW, Can-AM, CCM, Ducati, Honda, Indian Motorcycle, Kawasaki, KTM, Langen Motorcycles, Lexmoto, Macrais, Maeving, Royal Enfield, Suzuki, Talaria UK, Triumph, Ural Motorcycles, Yamaha, Voge UK and Yadea were all showcasing the latest 2022 machines.

Silverstone Auctions had 100 rare bikes under the hammer, generating over £700,000 in sales with over 80% of machines being sold. The auction achieved a world record sale price for a Honda CB400 1978 F2 model which went for £15,950.

Summing up a fantastic weekend, Rebecca Donohue, head of marketing at Carole Nash said; “The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show is a key event in the motorcycling calendar, and it is so encouraging to see the biking industry get a real boost from this show. Our Six Wheel Insurance giveaway was a real success on the MCN stand. We believe bikers make safer drivers and our Six Wheel policy demonstrates that with competitive car premiums, one renewal date, less paperwork and hassle.”

 

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