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Re-start those engines! The Manchester Bike Show is back!

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Re-start your engines as a new date for the 2010 National Motorcycle Show at Manchester Central (formerly the GMEX) has been confirmed - 3rd and 4th April 2010.

The Show, traditionally held in January, was cancelled this year due to the severe weather conditions experienced across the country.

Commenting, show director, Howard Cartledge, said; “It was extremely disappointing to have to cancel the January show. We were determined to give Manchester a bike show so we are really excited about the April event. The feedback we have had from visitors and exhibitors has been really positive so we are looking forward to a great weekend!”

Extreme Globeriders, Steve Colley and Vertical Tricks stunt shows have all re-booked to perform at the April Show so there will be thrills galore as usual at the well-loved show. Unlike many of the major bike shows, all stunt shows are included in the ticket price – there are no extra charges.

Many of the Show’s main exhibitors have also confirmed for the April show with BMW Williams Motorcycles, Suzuki, Triumph and Ducati Manchester all re-booked for April. Other major manufacturers are due to be confirmed shortly, visit www.bikeshowseurope.com for updates.

From new 2010 bikes, classic corner, commuter scooters and wild choppers, lowriders and trikes in the Custom & Extreme Performance Zone, there will be an abundance of chrome plated temptation on display.

The show’s organisers have also confirmed that they will be supporting the Harley Slack fund during the 2-day show. There will be fundraising opportunities that all the visitors can get involved with, including a Easter treasure hunt for children. For further information about the Harley Slack fund visit www.harleyslackfund.org

Show opens on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th April at 10am and closes at 5pm

Adult admission on the door is £12, with seniors and children under 16 admission £6.

Advance booking discounts are available, call 0844 338 8000 

For further information and updates on the show’s line-up visit

www.bikeshowseurope.com

Adult admission on the door is £12, with seniors and children under 16 admission £6.

Advance booking discounts are available, call 0844 338 8000 

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