Browse the Moto Range by Blaze Wear at the Manchester Bike Show


Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th March 2019 marks the end of a month of motorbike shows for Blaze Wear, as we head to the number one moto event in the north of England – the Manchester Bike Show.


Held at EventCity, Trafford Park, the massive show has doubled in size since its 2012 launch, and now covers over 22,000 square metres of space (roughly the size of 4 football pitches), to host over 17,000 visitors. In a prime location just off the M60 with over 2,000 free parking spaces on site and many more within walking distance, it’s a great weekend activity for the whole family.


At this year’s event, moto fans can browse brand new 2019 models from all the major manufacturers, such as Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Yamaha, Triumph, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Benelli and CCM. In addition to the new bikes, the Manchester Bike Show also features a stunning display of over 750 vehicles across all classes, including: modern, racing, classic, custom, off road and street fighter machines from clubs and private individuals.


There will be lots of motorcycle clubs congregating in Manchester for the weekend, such as the Veterans Garage, a venue where former service personnel can work together to build motorbikes and socialise with other veterans. If you’re in the mood to shop, there will be over 100 trade exhibitors in the retail village selling leathers, helmets, accessories, parts and even heated motorcycle clothing


We will have our full collection of heated moto gear on display for the motorcycle community to try on and test, from stand 158. If you’re keen on testing products from our Moto Range, be sure to bring your leathers or textiles along to try over the top of items such as our heated jacket liner or trousers. We'll also have a range of accessories such as the interconnectivity Y splitter cable, which allows the full set to connect to the bike using a single connection.


We are excited to be attending the show for the first time, after hearing great things about previous shows. 100% Biker Magazine said of the 2018 event: “Manchester Bike Show had something for everyone, which is a difficult task given there are so many different tastes, but the organisers managed to encompass just about all facets of this wonderful biking life of ours. With a century’s worth of engineering on display, you didn’t need to go far to find something that caught the eye.”


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