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The Manchester Bike Show/Northern Classic Bike Show – The Success Story Continues...

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The 4th Manchester Bike Show/Northern Classic Bike Show will be returning to EventCity on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March 2015.

The Manchester Bike Show/Northern Classic Bike ShowSince the show was launched in 2012 the floor space taken up by the event has doubled as indeed have the number of bikes on display, the number of traders attending and the number of people visiting. This trend is sure to carry on the same trajectory in 2015 with the recent demise of the January motorcycle show at GMEX/Manchester Central. The Manchester Bike Show at EventCity in March is therefore not only the biggest and best show, it is indeed now the only indoor motorcycle show in the north of England. Clearly holding a motorcycle show at a venue next to the motorway network with easy access and free parking turned out to be a no brainer, just as we predicted it would!

As in previous years all the main manufacturers, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, Ducati, Triumph etc will have a presence at the show, in 2015 this will be in the fully carpeted Hall 4. In addition the large hall to the rear of the building will be full to the rafters of bike clubs, private entries and smaller traders with many clubs and individual entries already being confirmed to attend. The big news for next year however will be that the Auto Cycle Union (ACU) will be expanding their presence to include race trucks, bikes and riders from various BSB and WSB teams.

We are still waiting for full confirmation as to exactly which teams and riders will be in attendance but as we speak things are shaping up nicely. Advance tickets for the show at discount prices are on sale now via our website with sales exceeding last years total at the same stage on the lead up to Christmas. Trade stands are available at the show to suit all budgets with the floorplan being open for companies no matter how large or small to reserve a stand.

Here at ClassicShows we are confident that the “show full” signs will be out well before the Manchester Bike Show opens it’s doors to the public on 28th March 2015.

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