Carole Nash Motorcycle Show | Birmingham UK
Motorcycle Show Highlights
This year’s Carole Nash International Motorcycle and Scooter Show in Birmingham England is tipped to be the most action-packed to date. This year’s motorcycle show includes all of the latest motorcycle model launches from the world’s major motorcycle manufacturers including BMW, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, Triumph, KTM and Norton. As well, the show has a dazzling array of custom motorcycles, interactive features and awe-inspiring stunts for each and every kind of motorcyclist to enjoy.
Some of the most interesting motorcycle highlights include:
Millyard Viper V10 (onEdition Motorcycle Photo 1)
The Carol Nash girls are pictured here with the Millyard Viper V10, on press day at The Carole Nash International Motorcycle & Scooter Show 2009 in Birmingham, UK. The Viper V10 motorcycle has the engine of a Dodge Viper and can achieve speeds well in excess of 200mph.
Old School Bobber (onEdition Motorcycle Photo 2)
The Carole Nash prizewinner, Stephen Alexander of Farnham Surrey with his Old School Bobber, on press day at The Carole Nash International Motorcycle & Scooter Show at the Birmingham NEC. Pictured with him are the Carole Nash girls, David Newham (CEO Carol Nash International) and star of the hit BBC series "By any means" Charley Boorman. The prize bike was constructed at the 2008 Carole Nash International Motorcycle & Scooter Show
Ducati 1000S Mike Hailwood Replica (onEdition Motorcycle Photo 3)
Pictured here is Britain’s Got Biking Talent runner up, Grahame Balshawe of Blackburn, with his prize winning Ducati 1000S Mike Haliwood Replica on press day at The Carole Nash International Motorcycle & Scooter Show at the Birmingham National Events Center.
JPS Norton Replica Superbike (onEdition Motorcycle Photo 4)
Pictured here is Darren Gough and Gordon Howell of Pole Position Travel with Britain’s Got Biking Talent competition winner, Tony Haywood of Burton upon Trent on his JPS Norton Replica Superbike.
BMW Concept 6 (onEdition Motorcycle Photo 5)
David Robb (VP of BMW Motorrad Design) unveils the eagerly anticipated BMW Concept 6 at the BMW press conference on press day at The Carole Nash International Motorcycle & Scooter Show 2009 at the Birmingham NEC. The bike is a one-off V6 prototype highlighting BMW’s advances in engine technology.