2006 Birmingham International Motorcycle Show To Reach New Entertainment Heights
BIRMINGHAM, England - August 15, 2006:
One of the highlights of 2006 NEC Bike Show will be the awesome Thunderdome Games Arena, a brand new live action stage show featuring awe-inspiring stunts performed by the world’s top stunt riders against a theatrical Mad Max style backdrop.
Building on the huge success of last year’s interactive features, the 2006 show will host a diverse range of biking experiences,
Entertaining the crowds away from the track, the Bike Show’s Black Horse Stage will once again be hosting British Superbike’s season finale, the BSB Awards, featuring most of the top British Superbike stars live! Other special show guests will include former BSB champion Jamie Whitham, who will be passing on his knowledge to spectators on his famous ‘How To?’ stage, and amongst others, World Superbike hero, Carl Fogarty signing autographs. In addition to hosting a number of UK launches, the major manufacturers will be lining up to show-off the latest state-of-the-art bikes alongside a fantastic range of retailers and exhibitors displaying the best in biking products and merchandise.
Managing Director of MCI Exhibitions, Finlay McAllan, commented: ‘After the astounding popularity of last year’s interactive features, we wanted to increase the entertainment value for visitors in 2006. This year we are offering even more for all ages and tastes, including a fantastic selection of exhibitors and major manufacturers, an enlarged Touring & Leisure area, an increased choice of interactive features as well as the introduction of the spectacular Thunderdome Games Arena.’
Tickets for the International Motorcycle and Scooter Show are now on sale and the public can take advantage of the fantastic advance prices for both adult (£13) and family tickets (£30). All other tickets are also available in advance either by booking online at www.motorcycleshow.co.uk or over the phone on 0870 352 2006. Standard ticket prices are £15 for adults, £13 for students, £5 for senior citizens and children between eleven and sixteen, and £35 for a family ticket. Children under the age of eleven are admitted for free.
Further details of this year’s all-new interactive features at the International Motorcycle and Scooter Show will be released in the forthcoming weeks.