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Past and present MCE BSB stars head to Excel this weekend with MCN

Friday, February 12 2016

The MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship lands in the Capital this weekend (12/13/14 February) as some of the series biggest names head to London's Excel for the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show.

The three day Show will feature a special 20-year celebration of the MCE British Superbike Championship, with a collection of title-winning machines on display and former champions going head-to-head in the fast-paced live action 'Slide' show including champions Neil Hodgson, Tommy Hill, John Reynolds plus Chris Walker and John McGuinness.

The five MCE BSB stars will also be reunited with the machines that took them to glory. Included in the anniversary collection will be Mackenzie's Cadbury Boost Yamaha and Hodgson's title-winning GSE Ducati, alongside bitter title rival Walker's Crescent Suzuki and Reynolds' 2004 Rizla Suzuki.

The Show will also feature guest appearances from Be Wiser Ducati's Shane 'Shakey' Byrne on Friday's opening day plus his team-mate Glenn Irwin, who also returns on Saturday. Lloyds British Moto Rapido Ducati's Danny Buchan will be visiting the Show on the opening day, as will Quattro Plant Teccare Kawasaki's Luke Mossey. JG Speedfit Kawasaki's Peter Hickman will also be dropping in on Saturday following his recent test in Spain with the team.

MCE BSB fans will also have the chance to see several of this season's new liveries. These include Tyco BMW, with Christian Iddon taking the wraps off their 2016 weapon on Friday. Ian Hutchinson and Michael Laverty will be visiting on Saturday and Sunday respectively.

Bennetts Suzuki Team Owner Martin Halsall took the covers off their new bike ahead of the squad's first test later this month, when three-time champion Ryuichi Kiyonari and Tommy Bridewell make their debut at Brands Hatch.

Click here to purchase tickets for the Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show and click here to visit the official MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship website.