Come and be ‘wowed’ by 20 top freestyle motorcycle stunt riders from around the globe competing for the title of ‘Ace of Aces’. There will be continuous thrills and spills every day of the show. The Ace Global Star Starz Competition is supported by Ace Café London and the brand of choice – ICON. It is run in association with Ireland’s Freestyle Stunt Series.
Multiple TT winner Michael Dunlop will be at the Carole Nash Irish Motorbike & Scooter Show all day Friday 27th February. You can meet the racing legend, get his autograph & take those all important selfies!
Celebrity MC and ex GP racer, Steve Parrish will be talking to the legendary TT rider John McGuinness about his racing career and his plans for 2015. This is a unique opportunity to share in the highs and lows of McGuinness’s TT recording breaking career, to discover the behind the scenes stories and to experience the magic and excitement of the sport. Sat/Sun only
Moving to BMW Motorrad for William Dunlop is an exciting change and one he’s looking forward to. We all saw what the BMW S1000RR was capable of achieving last season, so with the expertise of the guys at TAS Racing sponsored by Tyco, he’s sure he can do a great job in 2015. He got my first international Superbike win last year and looks forward to achieving even more this racing season.
There’s lots of speed and excitement as the Off Road Speedway Sidecars and Flat Track Racers are here in force with guest riders (check back here soon to see who those famous racers will be!)
LOUD & FUN – An exciting look into the action-packed world of pitbike supermoto racing! Starting gate mayhem, block passes and banging bars!
Come and meet Ireland’s rising stars and the team bikes that they will be racing in the IOM TT this year – Derek Sheils, Alan Bonner, Brian McCormack, Michael Sweeney and sidecar race,r Patrick Giltenane. Derek McGee (Wilson Craig Racing Team) will also be there to catch up with.
T-shirt and hoody will be available at the Show at Glendun stand N8
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Come see this amazing machine on the Carole Nash stand E5 at the Show. It is powered by a gigantic, 5.0-litre V-twin engine designed for an aeroplane, looks like a two-wheeled Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and was built in a suburban garage in Berkshire. Yet when Allen Millyard displayed his Flying Millyard amid the supercars at the Salon Privé exhibition in London, it earned the rare distinction of winning two prizes.
Motorcycle enthusiasts all over the planet know about The Ace Cafe and its pivotal role in the cultural revolution that shaped both the music and machines for future generations. Check out the dynamic Ace Cafe Zone and marvel at the cool bikes that shaped history.
It is a firm show favourite with simply stunning machines that are works of art and engineering genius from Ireland,UK and the World.
Don’t miss all the Star Model Search contestants strutting their stuff in theLifestyle Fashion Shows. Check out how that outfit might look on you!
Watch the Red Hot Irish Babes high octane, adrenalin charged performance and you will realise in more ways than one what excitement really means!
The Motorcycle Lifestyle Fashion Shows each day will be showing you all the coolest and latest motorcycling clothing and accessories from Triumph, Alpinestar and Knox.
Kuberg electric motorcycles allow both young riders and their adult companions benefit from easy riding and technical superiority over classic motorcycles. Make sure to check into stand D30 in the Main Hall to register for your chance to ‘Try Out’ a Kuberg Electric Bike at the Show.
Marvel at Ireland’s famous ex-racer Eddie Laycock’s display of his three winning race bikes from the 1980s and 1990’s – Yamaha TZ250 (1985), EMC 250 (1986) and Yamaha TZ250 (1992) which Ian Lougher will be racing in the Classic TT on the IOM this year.
After two successful seasons in World Supersport, Jack will compete in the British Superbike Championship 2015 for Team WD-40 GR Motosport. As his testing will only start on 3-8 March we are lucky that he will be at the Carole Nash Motorbike Show on stands – Mega Bikes & PR Reilly – but also you can hear his interviews with Steve Parrish on the Main Stage.