Three charities are set to benefit from the Motorcycle Plus Show at Lisburn's Eikon Centre
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360 Events, who are organising the packed weekend of motorsport, confirmed that Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council’s Mayoral charities, Helping Hand for the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children and Atlas Women’s Centre will be two of the beneficiaries of the biggest motorcycle event in four years.
St John’s Ambulance service, Portadown Branch will also be a beneficiary of the event.
360 Events is a new group of motorcycling and motorsport enthusiasts and volunteers with many years of experience as competitors and officials in all branches of the sport.
The Motorcycle Plus Show has signed up the biggest motorcycle dealers in Northern Ireland to be there.
“Hurst Yamaha will have their 2023 range of road and off-road motorcycles on display and available to purchase,” explained Kenny. “Hurst BMW have also signed up and again will have the full range of new BMWs on display.
“As well as this, HTM will be there with the road and off-road Husquvarna and GasGas Machines. Along with other dealers, we have Crossan Motorcycles in attendance with their comprehensive range of Helmets and gear etc. including specialised bikes.
“Primarily, we will be using the show to showcase all forms of motorsport and motorcycling, if it has an engine and wheels, we intend it to be there.”
The Motorcycle Plus Show will take place at Eikon Centre in Lisburn on February 4-5, 2023. For tickets go to www.motorcycleplusshow.co.uk.