Great Scottish Bike Show relocates to Royal Highland Centre

This summer's Carole Nash Great Scottish Bike Show will take place in its new home at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh.

According to organisers, the event had outgrown its previous home at the Lanark Agricultural Centre in central Scotland.

Exhibition manager Nick Mowbray said: "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 show, running from 9-10 August, is set to feature 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. 

"The diversity on offer at the venue means that we can have halls jam-packed with manufacturers, trade stands and autojumbles, as well as areas for heart-stopping, adrenaline-pumping live action," added Mowbray.

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