The Manchester Bike Show returns for the sixth time this year. The prestigious event will last for two days from 25th March to 26th March this year. The event has been highly successful in the past and will be held at EventCity this year. The past 5 years have been quite significant for the Manchester Bike Show. Over the years, it has become one of the most prestigious motorbike show in North England.
The event is expected to attract more than sixteen thousand visitors, one thousand motorbikes on display, and more than one hundred and twenty trade exhibitors over the two days. With so many participants that include some of the leading manufacturers of motorbikes from all over the world, there is no doubt that this premier bike event will be really worth visiting, especially for the residents of North England.
So what are the expectations?
You can not only set your eyes on some of the latest models of bikes but also get an opportunity to see some of the restored classics, racing bikes, tourers, and dirt bikes. The best part is that so many bikes will be on display under a single roof at the venue during the Manchester Bike Show. EventCity enjoys proximity to the M60 motorway and the Trafford Centre. You can also park your vehicles absolutely free of cost at the site of the event.
There will be multiple zones in the event spanning over a whopping twenty-two thousand square metres of area. That is indeed a mammoth space and roughly about the size of 4 soccer pitches. This huge space makes this renowned show north of England’s biggest indoor motorbike show.
Some of the biggest names from the world of traders and exhibitors will be participating in the Manchester Motorbike Show. These include brands like Triumph, Bimota, Herald, Benelli, Moto Guzzi, Victory, Suzuki, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Honda, and Ducati. Many national and local dealers, exhibitors of helmets and clothing, accessories and parts are also expected to attend the show.
You can also expect to see hundreds of Streetfighters, custom, classic, modern, exotic, and rare bikes from private individuals and clubs.
This bike show boasts of an exotic retail village where items ranging from bike parts, accessories, services, helmets, and leathers are made available. In short, whatever you need to keep your motorcycle fully operational on the road can be procured from this retail village on the show.
The show’s organisers have made sure that the visitors never have a dull moment while visiting the event. You will be entertained by competitions, remarkable stunt shows, foot tapping music, and guest stars. There is little wonder why the Manchester Bike Show is a paradise for bike lovers. Do not miss the show, it will be well worth it!
It is important to note that the tickets that you purchase have validity for a single day only depending on the day you visit. However, you need not mention the day of your visit while purchasing the tickets. You can purchase advance tickets from the event’s official site till the midnight of 23rd March 2017, when the ticket prices will be slightly less. Children below the age of 5 years will not need any entry fee. There is a special entry fee package for a family of two adults and three children (in the age group of 5 to 14 years). This facility is available even when you buy the tickets on the day of the show.