Great Scottish show moving to Edinburgh
By: Jack Harrison
Taking place on the weekend of August 9-10, two spectacular days of action will see visitors treated to row-upon-row of display bikes from clubs and private entries, manufacturers, trade stands, autojumbles and star guests covering both modern and classic machines and eras.
Exhibition manager Nick Mowbray said: “To see our portfolio of events expanding is something the whole team is proud of and we can’t wait to hold the Carole Nash Great Scottish Bike Show at Scotland’s premier events venue.
“The Royal Highland Centre is a superb facility and the move there, combined with an aim to bring together all that is best in both modern and classic motorcycling, will see the Carole Nash Great Scottish Bike Show become the most complete bike weekend in Scotland.
“The diversity on offer at the Royal Highland Centre means that we can have halls jam-packed with manufacturers, trade stands and autojumbles, as well as areas where we can have heart-stopping, adrenaline-pumping live action.
“And what’s more, with both modern and classic motorcycling being celebrated, both modern and classic clubs will come together in one superb weekend – it’s one of the few shows where you will see this happen.”
Advance ticket prices for the event have been announced, with a one day adult ticket costing a bargain £6 – a 25% saving on the gate price.
Further show information – including show news and opening times – can be found on the brand new Classic Bike Shows website, www.classicbikeshows.com, or give the team a call on 01507 529430.
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