Widely considered the premier motorcycle show in the North of England, The Manchester Bike Show is back for a seventh successive year on the 24th and 25th of this March. The motorcycle event in Manchester will exhibit the latest bikes from the world’s largest manufacturers, as well as vintage bikes and hybrids owned by bike clubs or private individuals. Besides exhibits of modern, exotic or custom street-machines, the Bike Show will also feature stunt events, attractive retail stores, live music by renowned DJs, and special performances by various entertainment stars. Attended by over 16,000 people in 2017, The Manchester Bike Show, the largest indoor motorcycle event in the North of England, has something to offer for everyone.
See over 750 bikes
The Bike Show consists of more than 750 bikes from over 100 trade exhibitors, including Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, BMW and Royal Enfield, to name a few. Alongside these large manufacturers are biker clubs and private individuals gearing up to show their most elegant beasts off to the visitors. The Manchester Bike Show boasts a wide range of motorcycles, hosting hundreds of modern bikes, racing bikes, classics, customised bikes, off-road bikes, and street fighter machines.
Find various clubs
While major manufacturers and trade exhibitors attempt to pitch their latest models to curious crowds, other bike clubs and racing clubs have their own stalls at the event to indulge their common interests. The Bike Show spans over 22,000 square metres, and is, to most enthusiasts, one big indoor motorcycle paradise.
Visit the Retail Village
The large numbers of trade exhibitors compete at the Retail Village for market space, offering the visitors various bike services and accessories at attractive rates. Bikers and people who know bikers are enticed by hundreds of options for leathers, helmets, gloves, tools, bike parts and various bike services at handsome bargains.
The Manchester Bike Show also has various programs and events to entertain those who aren’t as fascinated as their spouses or friends by the seemingly irresistible variety of bikes or biking accessories. The Show has thrilling stunt events, a live stage hosting multiple guest stars and live music performed by notable DJs towards the end of each day.
Get early tickets
Tickets are available on the Manchester Bike Show website, at http://www.manchesterbikeshow.com/buy-tickets/ at discounted rates. The tickets will be valid for one day of the Bike Show, and you do not have to mention which at the time of purchase. Tickets will also be available on the day of the show at the box office outside the venue (EventCity, Urmston, Manchester), at slightly higher rates than the advance ticket prices.
Adults: Advanced Price of £14, and On The Day Price of £17
Seniors (65+): Advanced Price of £12, and On The Day Price of £15
Children (5-14): Advanced Price of £4, and On The Day Price of £4
Toddlers (<5): Free
Families (up to 2 Adults, 3 children): Advanced Price of £32, and On The Day Price of £37
Parking is free at the venue.
Do not miss out on what the biking community is certain will be the biggest and best Bike Show yet in the North of England.
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