And that's a wrap for the '22 Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 

After a two year hiatus, the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show roared back into the capital with a bumper weekend of two-wheel action. From exclusive machines from 21 of the world’s leading motorcycle brands, a unique tribute to MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi, and edge-of-your-seat live-action racing, tthousands of bike fans flocked to ExCeL London to kick-start the biking season.  

As always, the biggest attraction was the abundance of exotica on display from the 21 manufacturers exhibiting at the show. 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.

Race fans were also able to see a stunning tribute to MotoGP icon Valentino Rossi. Having spent 26 years competing at the highest levels of motorcycle racing, the Italian star finally hung up his leathers. To celebrate a monumental career, the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show flew in six of his Championship-winning machines, including his four MotoGP Yamahas from 2004, 2005, 2008 and 2009 alongside his two 125cc and 250cc Aprilias from the 1997 and 1999 seasons.






We are very excited to welcome you back to the show this February. We are working closely with the venue to ensure your safety whilst at the event. You may be asked to show proof of double vaccination, Covid-19 antibodies or negative lateral flow test (within the last 48 hours) to gain entry.  Please note, UK-based visitors can use their NHS Covid Pass, and international visitors, the equivalent from their country of origin. Click HERE for more information. 


Check out the latest bikes from all the major manufacturers. See the fantastic new 2022 model ranges, sit on your dream bike or even book a test ride for your closest dealership at the show. 


In tribute to the legendary Valentino Rossi and his incredible career in MotoGP there will be a display of SIX of his genuine bikes on display and exclusive interviews with the people who helped shape his success. The machines include Rossi’s four ground-breaking Yamaha MotoGP world championship winning bikes from 2004, 2005, 2008 and 2009, plus his two Aprilia’s from 1997 and 1999. Rarely do you get so many of Rossi’s bikes in one place so don’t miss this rare chance to see them.


From lids and leathers to gadgets and tech, it's the best show around to buy a bike AND kit yourself out head-to-toe all in one day! 


Thrilling live action will be at the heart of the show with superstar riders racing around the specially built track designed for plenty of sideways sliding action. TT legends John McGuinness and Peter Hickman will captain two star studded teams as they fight for the title of ‘MCN King of the Roads’


Silverstone Auctions will be running a huge auction at the show on the afternoon of Saturday 12th Feb. With a wide ranging selection of over 100 bikes from pre-war to modern machinery there’ll be something for every pocket. The star lot of the auction is a 1936 Brough Superior SS80 expected to reach over £50K. If you’d like to sell a bike or automobilia at the show Silverstone Auctions are now taking entries, contact Mark Byran 07958 107974 or Dan Lovis 07472 704813



Nathan Millward hosts the Travel and Adventure stage where visitors will have the chance to meet a mix of inspirational travellers and pick up tons of practical advice. Speakers will be annouced soon. 



Visitors to the show Friday will be treated to an explosion of sound as we fire up everything from stock and modified road bikes to full-on race machinery. There’s a special treat for Barry Sheene fans as Suzuki GB will be starting his world championship winning 1976 XR14. Other Fire-ups include Peter Hickman’s FHO Racing BMW M1000R race bike PLUS a Honda RC213V-S road bike, a machine that’s rarely even seen in the flesh let alone heard running. Bring your earplugs, you’ll be needing them!

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