November 1 2006.
Visitors to the International Motorcycle and Scooter Show which runs until 5th November at the Birmingham NEC will get the chance to see the stars of the 2006 MCN Awards all under one roof. Fresh from the Awards ceremony and guaranteed to wow the crowds, the champions of the Sport Bike categories include double award winner the Yamaha YZF-R6  which won both the under 699cc category as well as the Machine of the Year award, alongside the Suzuki GSX-R750, winner of the over 699cc category.
The annual MCN Awards, which took place on Thursday 26th October at the National Motorcycle Museum close to NEC, celebrate the very best in biking from the bikes themselves to the products and people. The International Motorcycle and Scooter Show offers bike lovers the chance to get up close to the MCN Award winners including the BMW 1200GT, winner of the Best Sports Tourer category, the Honda CBF1000, winner of the Best All-Rounder and the Harley Davidson VRSCDX Night Rod Special.
Following a star packed week at the Show, which has seen the likes of Colin Edwards, James Toseland and Troy Corser all make appearances, the 2006 MCN Man of the Year, Leon Haslam will be on-site on Wednesday 1st October to meet fans and sign autographs.
Finlay McAllan, Managing Director of the NEC Bike Show organisers, MCI Exhibitions commented "It is great for biking fans to be able to get up close to best and most glamorous bikes around, fresh from the annual MCN Award Ceremony. Whether they are looking to purchase or just enjoy being in the company of these fantastic bikes, there is no better place to see them all under one roof than at the our Show. "
Tickets are still available to purchase at the Show. Standard ticket prices are £15 for adults, £13 for students, £5 for senior citizens and children between eleven and sixteen, and £35 for a family ticket. Children under the age of eleven are admitted for free.