The top names in the road racing world (including TT legend John McGuiness) will go head-to-head at the 2014 Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show (February 14-16) as they compete in the action-packed ‘Revolution’ live-action event, while World Superbike Legend Carl Fogarty officially opens the show on ‘Foggy Friday’.
With 2013 being the most successful year in its history, the London Motorcycle Show returns with ‘Kings of the Road’, showcasing the World’s top ‘real road racing’ stars doing battle over obstacles which will put their skills to the test in a thrilling spectacle for the whole family.
Four time World Superbike Champion Carl Fogarty will be officially opening the show on ‘Foggy Friday’ February 14th. As one of the most successful British motorcycle racers of all-time, ‘Foggy’ will be keeping the crowd entertained throughout the day with on-stage interviews, where he will be sharing his many racing anecdotes. There will also be a chance for fans to meet ‘King Carl’ with autograph sessions throughout the day.
Along with the latest machines from the world’s leading manufacturers, the centrally placed ‘Revolution’ live action show will also be returning, bringing together the best road racers in the world. One of the greatest Isle of Man TT riders of all time, the ‘Morecombe Missile’ John McGuinness will be heading one team, but will face stiff competition from 2013 TT sensation Michael Dunlop, who is captain of the opposing group. Joining them will be British Superbike and TT star Michael Rutter, former racer and TV pundit James Whitham, eleven time TT winner Phillip McCallen and following his recent victorious comeback at the Macau Grand Prix, Ian Hutchinson, who remains the only man to win all five TT races in a week.
Priced at just £16, visitors will be able to experience the incredible ‘Revolution’ live action event, meet some top name racers and sit on all the latest 2014 models from major motorcycle manufacturers from around the World.
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