Get up close and personal with your dream bike from manufacturers
A full line-up of all the major bike manufacturers have now been confirmed for the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show including some exclusive bikes and UK debuts. Highlights of the 2020 ranges include the phenomenal Streetfighter V4 from Ducati and the revamped and supremely capable Yamaha Tracer 700. The show isn’t just about the big hitters either, many smaller manufacturers will be displaying their ranges including electric bike manufacturers Sur-ron and Zero, perfect machines to tackle the streets of the nation's capital.
Electric Scooter manufacturer Ecooter will have various models on display. Head to the stand to find out more.
Hondas range will include the SH125, Supercub, Monkey, XADV, CB500, CRF1100, Forza 300, Vision110, PCX125, CMX500 Rebel, CB1000RA CB1100RS, CB650R, CB500F, CB125R, CBR1000RR-R, Standard CBR500R, CBR650R and Gold Wing.
New models on display will include the 701 Vitpilen and Svartpilen, new 701 Supermoto and Enduro
See the new 2020 models including the Z H2. Kawasaki will also be launching new race team livery for Superbike, Superstock, Supersport and Superstock 600 teams.
All the KTM Street range will be on display including:
The new 1290 Super Duke R
890 Duke R
Plus the MotoGP bike and a genuine Dakar machine.
Head to the Mutt stand to see the models on display
On the MV Agusta stand you can expect to see:
And the SuperVeloce
Indians model range will include the FTR1200. FTR1200H S&S Hooligans new MY20 FTR1200 Rally, FTR1200S FTR1200S Race Replica and the new Challenger selection of 116ci Baggers and Tourers.
Head to the Royal Enfield stand to see which models are on display
Check out the Suzuki stand to see all of the new V-Stroms including the 1050XT.
Triumph will be unveiling the first UK public viewing of the Tiger 900 plus they'll have the Rocket 3, Street Triple R, Daytona LE, Thruxton RS and Bobber TFC. They'll also have two very special Scrambler 1200's on their stand including the one Guy Martin used to recreate the Great Escape jump on Channel 4 plus the one used in the 2020 James Bond film 'No Time To Die.
A huge range of 2020 Models will be on display including the R1M, R1, MT-125, MT-03, Tmax Tech Max, Tenere 700. NIKEN and NIKEN GT.
Head to the Zero stand to check out the MCN Electric Bike of the Year - the Zero SR/F.