Stars who will be appearing at the show include Junior Classic TT Race winner Jamie Coward, James Hillier, who recently announced he will be racing for a new team – OMG Racing – at the TT. Dominic Herbertson, who achieved his maiden Mountain Course win in the corresponding Junior Classic TT Race in 2018 and Michael Rutter – himself a double Classic TT Race winner.
The MCN London Motorcycle Show will also be your chance to get up close and personal with 23-time TT Race winner - and 2019 Bennetts Senior Classic TT Race winner - John McGuinness, in his very own ‘McGuinness’s Bar’ surrounded by a display of some of his favourite bikes.
You’ll also see the four Classic TT Race winning bikes from 2019 – David Johnson’s RST Superbike Race winning Kawasaki, McGuinness’s Bennetts Senior Race winning Paton, Bruce Anstey’s Dunlop Lightweight Race winning Honda and Coward’s Junior Race winning Honda.
Classic TT organisers will also be unveiling a new-look entertainment schedule for this year’s event including Fan Park, Official ticketed experiences, live music events, and a new and exclusive chat show with two of road racings the biggest stars.
The details of a tribute to one of motorsport’s most iconic names as well as many of the machines and riders that will celebrate the life and career of this undoubted star – sure to be one of the many highlights of this year’s event – will also be announced at the show
The MCN London Motorcycle Show takes place from 14th – 16th February at London’s ExCeL with tickets available to purchase in advance from the official website.
Tickets for the 2020 Classic TT presented by Bennetts go on sale Friday 14th February via the Official Classic TT website - iomttraces.com/classic. You can stay up to date with all the latest Classic TT news by subscribing to the Official Isle of Man TT Races Newsletter.