The 2017 Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show has opened its doors to visitors, with the Australian and British Slide teams greeting visitors as they entered the show. This year's event has it all, and then some. We have the live action Slide show, which sees Britain and Australia go head-to-head in a series of flat track races and trust us, they won't be taking it easy.

22 of the world’s leading manufacturers will be showcasing the very best in new metal. Triumph will be debuting their new Street Triple whilst Norton bring their jaw-dropping V4RR and V4SS Superbikes. Live action, racing stars and a wide range of exciting activities ensures the three day event provides something for the whole family. 

Don't miss Ducati’s 215bhp Superleggera, Honda’s latest Fireblade, the all-new Yamaha YZF-R6 and the UK debut of Triumph’s recently unveiled 765cc Street Triple. Norton will also be displaying the British designed and built Superbikes – the V4RR and V4SS. The full list of manufacturers includes; Aprilia, BMW, Brough Superior, CCM, Ducati, Energica, Harley-Davidson, Herald, Hesketh, Honda, Indian, Kawasaki, KTM, Llexeter, Moto Guzzi, Norton, Piaggio, Royal Enfield, Suzuki, Triumph, Vespa and Yamaha.

Visitors will see plenty of  live action as the Michelin sponsored Slide Show takes centre Stage. Watch John McGuinness goe head-to-head with ex World Superbike Champions Neil Hodgson and Troy Corser, fan favourite Chris Walker and Australian speedway stars Mark Lemon and Kevin Doolan. 

Race fans will find plenty of exclusive content this year, as the show exhibits a rare collection of iconic Barry Sheene machines, including his 1976 and 1977 title winning Suzuki’s, as well as playing host to a number of MCE British Superbike Championship riders and team unveilings. MotoGP fans are in for a further treat as three genuine Ducati Desmosedici’s used by Loris Capirossi, Carlos Checa and Casey Stoner will be on display throughout the event, and in an explosion of noise, will also be fired-up on the Saturday! 

Elsewhere, historic vehicle specialist, Coys, will be putting a collection of the rarest motorcycles and memorabilia under the hammer throughout the weekend whilst the David Silver Museum are bringing a number of rare Honda machines to display. 

Also returning for 2017 is the popular London Custom Bike Championship, with builders from across Europe coming together to compete for the prize purse. The Harley-Davidson ‘Battle of the Kings III’ are also heading to the London show, as judges choose their UK winner, who will go on to compete in the grand final in November.

Fans will be able to rub shoulders with motorcycling stars throughout the event too, with World Superbike legend Carl Fogarty and Charley Boorman already confirmed to be in attendance. 


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