Spyder, Cectek and Knox protection add yet more kudos to the Carole Nash NEC Bike show with unique product launches
THE Carole Nash International Motorcycle & Scooter Show will play host to the UK launches of the Can-Am Spyder RT roadster, the all new Cectek King Cobra endurance quad and innovative Knox Protection Hand Armour.
With so many high profile product launches dominating the Show which takes place from the 27th November – 6th December at the NEC Birmingham, the addition of Spyder, Cectek and Knox further enhance the Show's reputation as the Showcase event for the latest bike products.
The all new Cectek King Cobra is the ultimate endurance quad bike, allowing you to ride by road to get you to where you want to play off road! Powered by a 500cc fuel injected engine, features include front & rear independent dual A-Arm suspension, a massive 220mm of suspension travel and disc brakes all round, making it a truly all terrain vehicle.
Jamie Masterman, Cectek UK Ltd said: "The Cectek King Cobra is a really exciting bike and we believe that visitors to the Show will be as enthusiastic about this multi-purpose endurance bike as we are."
Impact protection specialists Knox, will be using the Show as the platform to showcase their latest Hand Armour collection to British riders. Featuring a host of patented innovations, Knox Hand Armour looks radically different to existing motorcycle gloves and this British technology is set to take glove design to the next level for the future.
Geoff Travell Managing Director of Knox added: We believe that glove design in the market has been quite limited for some years and so following on from the success of the Scaphoid protection system we have developed other new systems for the hand. The result is the Hand Armour Collection. We believe the Show is the perfect opportunity to unveil the new collection given the wide cross-section of riders and racers who would all benefit from this product."
The Carole Nash NEC Bike Show caters for all rider styles. For those visitors who bridge the worlds of sport and touring the Can-Am Spyder RT roadster will be the must-see feature.
Created by Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) who are world leaders in the design, development and manufacturing of motorised recreational vehicles, the innovative three-wheel concept has become a global phenomenon in more than 50 countries and will be available for trial at all authorised BRP Can-Am Spyder dealerships.
Chris Dawson, Vice President and General Manager of BRP, commented: "The new platform goes well with what touring riders now demand and there is no doubt in my mind that the Can-Am Spyder RT is forever going to change the touring motorcycle category."
Maria Whitlock, Marketing Advisor of BRP UK, added: " We cannot think of a better place than the NEC Bikeshow to highlight this."
Finlay McAllan, Managing Director of MCIE, added: "Despite the current economic challenges facing the motorcycle industry, the number of bike and accessory brands who have continued to develop innovative and unique products is hugely promising. We are thrilled that the Show will be the first opportunity for the UK public to witness them."
To find out more about the show, visit www.motorcycleshow.co.uk.
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