Classic Bikes take centre stage at the Scottish show
A staggering 465 classic bikes will be on display at this year’s Carole Nash MCN Scottish Show in Edinburgh on March 12-13. Situated in the Classic Bike magazine hall, Scotland’s biggest ever collection of classic bikes under one roof will span a remarkable 80 years of two-wheel history. From very early flat tankers to late Japanese superbikes, more than 40 of the UK’S top bike clubs will be showcasing the very best examples of their machines and giving expert advice and guidance to potential owners.
The Classic Bike Fire Up Paddock also makes a welcome return for 2016 and a wide variety of road and race machinery will be thundering into life all weekend. It’s a full sensory spectacle not to be missed.
World launch of the 2016 MT- 07 Moto Cage
If you prefer your bikes a little more up-to- date it doesn’t come any more current than the new Yamaha MT- 07 Moto Cage. Making its official public debut at the Scottish Show, the MT-07 Moto Cage is a ‘badboy’ version of the award-winning MT-07 and features Yamaha’s striking new-for-2016 Night Fluo colour scheme. The bike features fluro paint, knuckle and radiator guards, adjustable headlight shroud and blacked out chassis components. See it on the Yamaha stand for the very first time at the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show alongside manufacturer stands from Ducati, KTM, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Triumph, Hon- da, MV Agusta, Husqvarna, Bultaco, Polaris, Victory and Indian.
The show is open 9am until 5pm each day. Adult ticket prices start from just £13 when booked in advance or £17 on the door. Senior citizen tickets are £11 in advance or £15 on the door. Kids under 15 go free when accompanied by a paying adult. All tickets are subject to a service charge. Parking is £5 per car, motorcycles are free and secure helmet storage is available. Visit www.scottishmotorcycleshow.com for bookings and all the latest information.
‘I was three and Santa dropped one off’
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