Dublin show to be World Championship affiliate again
THE ninth biennial Carole Nash Irish Motorbike and Scooter Show is being staged from 27th February to 1st March at the RDS (Royal Dublin Society) in Dublin, Ireland, this year.
Regularly attracting 27,000 visitors, the organizers say that there is strong recovery in the small but growing Irish market, and that with over 2,000 sqm (approx.10,000 sqft) of booth space already sold, the show is destined to be a sell-out and the biggest for many years.
Exhibitors include company or dealer booths for most of the major manufacturers including Harley-Davidson, Ducati, BMW, Honda, Polaris, Triumph and Yamaha.
Show Director Ruth Lamass told AMD: "When I began organizing this event back in 2003, I had no idea that it would grow to the scale that it has now. For me it is very important that when we put on the show, we improve on the previous years. This policy ensures that people who visit the show will always experience something new, something that has never been seen in Ireland before.
"I have no doubt that visitors to the 2015 show will agree that we achieved this again with an even bigger and more action-packed three-day event. I would like to again thank our headline sponsor Carole Nash Insurance Consultants, who help make it possible to be the best show in Ireland."
We here at AMD Magazine are proud to say that the Irish International Custom Show at the Carole Nash Irish Motorbike and Scooter Show will again be an affiliate to the AMD World Championship of Custom Bike Building.
Two years ago, the Irish Championship was won by ‘Rondine’ from Medaza Cycles, who then went on to scoop that year's 10th annual AMD World Championship for Ireland.