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Carole Nash Motorcycle (soon) Live

UK Motorcycle Show

Carole Nash Motorcycle Live has confirmed a further five manufacturers for the 2011 Bike Show, meaning a total of 37 will now showcase their products at The NEC, Birmingham from November 27 to December 5, 2010.

The most recent additions to the line-up are Husqvarna, Rewaco Trikes, WK Bikes, Quadzilla, and Z Electric Vehicles.

The new sign-ups offer a varied range of products, from trikes to quads to scooters, so visitors to Carole Nash Motorcycle Live get even more for bang for their buck.

Historic motorcycle marque Husqvarna will showcase its extensive range of Enduro, Motocross and Supermotard models – and with 78 world motorcycle titles under its belt, this is definitely the place to come for expert advice on the off-road discipline.

If three-wheelers are your thing, head to the Rewaco stand for a taster of what the trike company has to offer. Rewaco models are individually hand-built to specific customer requirements, so visitors can plan their dream model.

50cc and 125cc manufacturer WK Bikes will add to the scooter and small motorcycle line-up with its range of stylish yet affordable models.

Quadzilla is the UK’s largest importer of road legal and off-road Quadricyles, ATVs, buggies and mini bikes. It offers a huge range of market-leading, quality products at excellent value for money – many of which will be on display.

For the environmentally-conscious, Z Electric Vehicles will present its range of ZEVolution high performance electric motor scooters and bikes.

ZEV produces the world’s fastest, longest range and most powerful electric scooter, proving that being green doesn’t necessarily mean you have to compromise on performance.

The five motorcycle brands will join the likes of Honda, Ducati, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Yamaha, BMW and British favorites Triumph and Norton to name but a few.

This is the highest level of manufacturer support the Motorcycle Show has ever received.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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