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The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show 11-13 Feb 2022.

 

In light of the Governments recent announcement we are very excited that events have been given the green light from 19th July. Our planning remains to work closely with the relevant Government bodies to ensure we are covid compliant and the health and safety of all our visitors, exhibitors and staff will always be our priority. Please note the following guidelines we will take to encourage safety at the event:

  • There will be increased regularity in our cleaning regime in our toilets and public areas
  • Hand sanitisers will be available in public areas and we encourage our exhibitors to have them available on their stands
  • While face masks are no longer mandatory and are a personal choice, we will advise visitors to wear them in areas where crowds may gather
  • We will encourage visitors to continue to be mindful of social distancing where possible
  • Our final precautions for the event will depend on the Government advice at the time and we will continue to update our measures in-line with the latest recommendation.

We look forward to welcoming you through the Carole Nash MCN Motorcycle Show gates this 11-13th Feb with the latest new bikes, live action, biking celebs and more! 

Please note, tickets purchased for the 2021 event will still be valid. In the event of the 2022 event being postponed or cancelled due to COVID-19 you will be entitled to a ticket refund.

 

Milo Dokmanovic, Kawasaki Motors UK Marketing Coordinator (PR), said

”It’s been an awesome platform for us to showcase our 2020 models, giving us fantastic customer feedback, especially for the new Ninja 1000SX and Z H2 machines. There’s been a lot of excitement around our stand, inevitably helped by the launch of our Roads and BSB teams, unveiled directly to visitors at the same time as the press

Rebecca Donohue, Head of Marketing and Carole Nash added,

“The 2020 Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show has been an incredible weekend and despite such severe weather conditions, it was fantastic to see so many bikers coming to see the latest machines and enjoy the thrilling live action on offer. 
 
We are incredibly proud to be a sponsor of the show and our stand was packed throughout the weekend with existing customers and possible new policyholders stopping by to learn more about Carole Nash, grab a coffee on us and get our latest 2020 calendar. We can’t wait to do it all again next year! Ride Safe everyone.”

 

Ducati UK Head of Marketing Debbie Wiggins explained;

“We’ve had a very busy show with a high level of engagement from customers, especially for the Streetfighter and Panigale V2, plus interest in the Scrambler 1100 Pro. Another strong event for the organising team.”

Triumph Marketing Coordinator, Ruth Speller, added;

“The show gave us the perfect stage for a first showing of our Tiger 900 machine which was the basis of our daily ‘Tiger Talks’ which were extremely popular. Our Guy Martin Great Escape display also really pulled in the crowds as something different.”

 

 

Rich Austin, owner of Austin Exhausts,

“Once again MCN supported our bike ‘start-ups’ which definitely bring a crowd and add to the atmosphere. We had a live and loud unveiling of our 2020 KTM Super Duke exhaust which really blew people away… here’s to more of the same next year!”
 

 

Gallery 2018