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MCN Festival 2017

Date: 13.05.2017 - 14.05.2017
Location: East of England Arena, Peterborough, PE2 6XE East of England Arena, Peterborough, PE2 6XE, 0 0


All the sights, sounds and stunts of motorcycling are on their way to the East of England Arena. That’s right, the MCN Festival of Motorcycling is back on 13th-14th May 2017.

The loudest live action

The MCN website tells you to bring your earplugs, and they mean it! Over the two-day festival, there is going to be a whole lot of loud live action.

You’ll get to see live stunt shows, speedway action (with panthers up against diamonds), dirt track races (with Chris Walker) and fantastic classic bikes bringing some noise to the paddock. So, we have to agree with MCN… don’t forget your earplugs.

Try out the latest models

What’s the one thing better than having the chance to give 2017’s latest models a test drive? When you get to do it for free!

Any visitor to the MCN Festival can take some of the latest motorbikes out for a spin on the Cambridgeshire roads. As long as you have your own gear, you’re good to go. Just make sure you get to the manufacturers as early as possible, as these test drives are first come, first served. 

All the fun of the autojumble

It just wouldn’t be a proper celebration of bikes without an autojumble, and MCN Festival does not disappoint. This year’s autojumble looks set to be massive, with more stalls than ever before. So, whatever gear you’re looking to buy, this is the place to go.

Alongside the live action, the autojumble and the new model test drives, there will be dozens of clubs and exhibitors setting up stands across the festival. Make sure to check as many out as you can.

Tickets and further information

Camping tickets for the full weekend cost £35 for adults, £30 for seniors and nothing at all for children. Day tickets are £15 for adults, £11 for seniors and, free for children. Plus, there are group day tickets and camping tickets available if you’re heading down with the whole gang.

Get your tickets, and find out more, on the MCN Festival of Motorcycling website.