MCN London Motorbike Show Preview

London Motorcycle Show

Date: 12th – 14th February 2016
Location: ExCel London, One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL
Time: Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: 9am – 6pm
Sunday: 9am – 5pm

Cost: Advance tickets available until 8th February starting from £17.00 for a single adult – tickets also available to purchase on the gates

One of the biggest and best motorcycle shows in the world returns to London this February with a three day event guaranteed to be action packed and full of excitement. The MCN London Motorbike Show is split into four separate zones, each one hosting its own events and showcasing a variety of machines:

Sports & Performance Zone
View the latest cutting edge bikes
Custom Zone
Showcasing some of the best custom bikes
Adventure Zone
Learn all about adventure travelling
Classic Zone
Hosting classic bike of the year competition

Special Guests & Attractions

Confirmed to appear at the show include racing legends:

  • John McGuinness
  • Chris Walker
  • John Reynolds
  • Neil Hodgson
  • Tommy Hill
  • Niall Mackenzie

All of who will be donning their racing gear and
taking to the track at some point throughout the

The show will also feature the unveiling of a brand new bike from one of the world’s leading manufacturers! No further details have been released yet but the bike will be on display across the entire weekend.

What’s New For 2016?

This year, on the Saturday, the event will host a world class motorcycle auction with over 100 bikes ready to be sold – a collection of Italian machines including a Moto Guzzi 8c V8 replica and an original 1978 Ducati 900SS have already been confirmed to be auctioned. The auction is being run in conjunction with Coys whose previous auction in June 2014 saw four world record prices achieved from just 90 lots.

Starting at 2.30 pm the auction and lots are available to view with a standard show entry ticket although entrance into the auction area and the chance to bid itself requires the purchase of an auction catalogue.

What Else Is Happening?

As well as all of the above the show will also play host to the usual retail and trade exhibitors, the classic bike of the year competition, a special celebration of the British Superbike Championship and a tribute to the late Joey Dunlop. The weekend will also be packed full of live action with some biking heroes on the Slide track, a host of stands with once-in-a-life time features and interviews happening throughout.

Discounted tickets are available to purchase in advance until the 8th February – but don’t worry if you’ve missed these then you can still get in by purchasing at the entry gate.