SHOW NEWS - SUNDAY 14th
EXHIBITOR FEEDBACK:

"Fantastic show with a great atmosphere. The numbers may have been down but you could notice the difference in quality" Kawasaki

"Every bit as good as last year but not as many timewasters" DynoJet UK

It's been amazing. We've sold our entire stock for both NEC and Ally Pally" Killer Covers

"Started slow but ended on a high" Micron

"Very Impressed. The show warmed up a little in the second week and we've taken thousands of enquires" Datatag

"Despite lower attendances we've had genuine quality customers" Harley Davidson

"Successful overall with good levels of interest" Ducati

"A successful show with all our new models being very well received especially the MT-01 and our range of 125s" Yamaha

"Hard work but worth while" Motul

"Lacked a little atmosphere" Barrus

"Quality over quantity - our leads are definitely up" BMW

"Started slowly but a great final weekend, absolutely no complaints" Honda

"Can't knock it but could do with a few more numbers through the door" Bikers World

"Excellent show - less numbers, more spenders" Bike Trader

"Touring & Leisure zone was very well received. We gave out more brochures than ever before as the quality of visitors is much higher" MCI Tours

"The slight drop in numbers hasn't really affected us. We've had great response to our product and stand layout" Arlen Ness

ATTENDANCE FIGURES

"Today the show attracted 25,175 visitors making a total of 166,194 visitors over the past eleven days. It's been a really busy weekend and it's a nice way to round things off. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all the exhibitors for all their hard work and commitment and look forward to seeing everyone at next years show" commented MCIE's managing director Finlay McAllan.

Pictured: Rizla GSX-R1000 on the Suzuki stand