Manchester Bike Show Postponed
We have had no choice but to postpone the Manchester Bike Show due to the coronavirus outbreak. Right up to the start of this week we thought we would be able to run the event, albeit with a reduced attendance of exhibitors and visitors. However in the last few days national and international events have moved on so quickly that in the end this decision became inevitable. The show was really shaping up to be the best one yet and we are devastated at having to postpone.
Rather than booking a date in May or June this year and risk having to postpone the event again we have decided to come back on 27/28 March 2021.
If you have purchased tickets to the show, please keep an eye out for an email from the box office service Ticketline. The email will explain what to do next.
About The Manchester Bike Show
The Manchester Bike Show returns for its ninth successful year.
Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 March 2021
EventCity, Phoenix Way, Off Barton Dock Road, TRAFFORDCITY, Manchester, M41 7TB
Next to the intu Trafford Centre
See the 2021 models from the main manufacturers
The event will showcase brand new 2021 models from major manufacturers including Suzuki, Kawasaki, KTM, Yamaha, Triumph, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Benelli and CCM.
See over 750 bikes of all classes all under one roof
In addition to the new 2021 models, the event also features a stunning display of over 750 modern, racing, classic, custom, off road and street fighter machines from clubs and private individuals.
Enjoy all the thrills and sounds of the live action bike zone
With thrilling stunt shows, live music and a live stage with a multitude of guest stars.
2017’s star guests included Carl Fogarty MBE on the Zona stand, and Olympic gold medal winner Jason Kenny CBE who was presented with a brand new Kawasaki by Bolton Motorcycles.
Visit the massive retail village
With over 100 trade exhibitors, the Manchester Bike Show delivers an unrivalled retail village with leathers, helmets, accessories, parts and services, so make sure you grab a bargain at the show.
Riding to the show?
There is a free dedicated bike park directly outside the venue.
A helmet park will be run by the the National Association of Bikers with a Disability (NABD), a registered charity that has grown to become the world’s leading support group for motorcyclists who suffer disabilities due to accident, illness, genetic conditions or any other cause. Place your helmets, jackets etc. into a bag (bags provided), there will be a small charge of £1 per bag which will go directly to the NABD.