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King Carl and Kings Of The Road Head To The London Motorcycle Show

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Some of Motorcycling’s finest road racers will go head-to-head at the 2014 Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show’s live action ‘Revolution’ event.

The show, hosted by four-time World Superbike champion Carl Fogarty, will put the ‘Kings of the Road’ against one another as they battle over obstacles intended to test their skills in front of a packed house. Fogarty will be keeping the crowds entertained between the action, with on-stage interviews where he will be sharing his many racing anecdotes. There will also be a chance for fans to meet ‘King Carl’ at autograph sessions throughout the day.

Two teams of riders will do battle, captained on one side by Isle of Man TT legend, ‘King of the Mountain’ John McGuinness, while 2013’s four-time TT winner Michael Dunlop will lead the opposing team.

Joining the two captains will be British Superbike and TT rider Michael Rutter, eleven-time TT winner Phillip McCallen, former racer and TV pundit James Whitham and the the returning Ian Hutchinson, fresh from his sensational win at the Macau Grand Prix.

The London Motorcycle Show takes between the 14th and 16th of February at London’s Excel centre. Tickets start at just ¬£16, where fans will be able to meet top name riders and see all the latest models from major motorcycle manufacturers.

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