2011 Canary Wharf Motorexpo: Warr’s H-D
London Motorcycle Expo
The Motorexpo returned Monday to Canary Wharf for the 16th annual event, transforming London’s premier business district into a free for the public to visit display of the latest vehicles from many of the world’s leading motor manufacturers until Sunday, June 12.
Join Warr’s Harley-Davidson, Europe’s oldest Harley dealership at this year’s London Motorexpo to test ride a selection of bikes including the menacing-looking V-Rod Muscle. Only riders with both parts of their licence will be eligible to take a test ride.
Warr’s Harley-Davidson is set to storm this year’s Motorexpo with a stunning line-up of bikes. Riders will be able to take test rides and will have the rare opportunity to check out some of Warr’s cool and exotic custom models from their London iconic Kings Road Customs workshop. Including the world famous ‘Unorthodox Softail’ and the new Kamome ‘Evisu’ Springer.
Harley-Davidson is all about individuality. Softail FXS Blackline is the embodiment of this ethos, with a look that is stripped- back, retro, and all its own. Minimalist and sleek, it has the lowest riding position of any other Harley, at just 24-inches! Born when Harley-Davidson decided to update the look of the ever-popular Softail, the Softail FXS Blackline is a motorcycle with a non-traditional feel, an aggressive riding position and plenty of attitude.
Joining it will be the Forty-Eight, a bike which defines old-school Harley style. With its blacked-out engine and chrome shorty twin pipes. Featuring fat 16-inch tyres, a chopped front fender and a low seat and suspension, this motorcycle oozes edgy coolness.
In addition to the Harley-Davidson Experience Truck, Warr’s Harley-Davidson will be showcasing a selection of their incredible Kings Road Customs display – exclusive machines designed and built by Charlie Stockwell at the famous dealership. Charlie Stockwell will be at the Expo on Thursday and Friday on the Experience Truck.
Open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, the 2011 London Motorexpo will be the biggest event in our entire history and also the highest visited motor show event in the UK this summer.
The 2011 London Motorexpo is completely free for all the public to attend. There are no tickets and no queues – as soon as you reach Canary Wharf, via one of the wide variety of transport options available to you, you have arrived at the show.
For more details please see motorexpo.com.