July 20 2007
Trade visitors at this year's The International Motorcycle and Scooter Show at the NEC will be able to enter the Show halls at the earlier time of 8.00am on Press and Trade day (22nd November). It will be the first time in many years that trade visitors will have had access to the Show in the morning, giving an unprecedented amount of time to view the newly re-launched Show.

The Show organisers have extended Trade Day opening times by four hours following a huge demand from trade visitors. A completely re-launched Show, with more of the leading names in motorcycling than ever before, new halls for all exhibitors and new show dates has made the change possible. The revamped Show will now take place between 22nd November and 2nd December, at a brand new location in halls 1, 2, 3, 3a, & 4 of the Birmingham NEC. Trade visitors will have access to halls 2, 3, 3a & 4from 8.00am which contain trade stands and exhibits. Hall one, which will boast the very best international manufacturers, will be open from 12.00pm.

Finlay McAllan, Managing Director of MCI Exhibitions, said, "The decision to open the doors earlier to trade visitors on Trade Day is a result of ongoing discussions with members of the trade. It became clear that trade visitors felt they needed more time to meet with exhibitors and explore the Show, and our exciting new location in halls 1, 2, 3, 3a and 4 means that we have been able to give these important visitors better access than ever before."

In a further boost for this year's visitors, ticket prices have been frozen for a third consecutive year offering better value for money than ever before at the largest two-wheeled event in the UK. The first news about exhibitors and new bike launches will be announced soon.

For more information on the Show visit www.motorcycleshow.co.uk