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Scotland Motorcycle Show returns

Scotland’s biggest motorcycle show returns to Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre this March with all the latest models, major manufacturers, and breath taking live action. The Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show, held on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th March, is a haven for anyone with a passion for motorcycles.

Bike manufacturers such as Triumph, KTM, Ducati, Suzuki, Victory, Honda, Yamaha and Harley Davidson will showcase their new models for 2012. Plus there will be exclusive offers from the dealers on new and 2011 motorbikes.

Thrill seekers can also enjoy stunt shows from Kevin Carmichael and Broke FMX in the outdoor Live Action Zones or head indoors to see ex trials champion Steve Colley perform.

Take a ride down memory lane in the Classic Bike magazine Classics Pavilion where you can find Scotland’s biggest collection of classic motorcycles spanning over 80 years or keep ahead of the trend in the Custom Zone hosted by the House of Custom.

Plus don’t forget to check out the Knockhill Stage, hosted by Moto GP presenter and motorcycle legend Steve Parrish. Steve will be interviewing motorcycle legends as well as giving you the chance to get autographs and pictures with your favourite riders.

Children under 15 go free and there’s plenty to keep them occupied: the fun fair, extreme rides and inflatables means the Carole Nash MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show is the place to be for all things bike!

Show is open 9am until 5pm each day. Adult ticket prices start from just £12 when booked in advance or £16 on the door. Senior citizen tickets are £7 in advance or £12 on the door.

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