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This article was published on March 19th, 2019
Following our exhibition at this year’s Classic Dirt Bike Show in Telford, we are pleased to announce that British Superbike racer Christian Iddon, Tom Rowlands from UpRight Derbyshire and members of the Derbyshire Police Force will be joining the Thorneycroft Solicitors team at this year’s Manchester Bike Show.
This will be the 8th Manchester Bike Show and will be held at EventCity on 23-24 of March and you’ll be able to meet our team and our guests by visiting us at stand 228.
Over the course of the weekend, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and chat with several of our specialist motorcycle accident team as well as our special guests.
Superbike racer Christian Iddon will be joining us on Saturday between 10am and 1pm, whilst Tom Rowlands from UpRight Derbyshire will be joining us during the day on Sunday as will members of the Derbyshire Police Force, who will also be showcasing one of their motorcycles on our stand.
Having worked closely with clients who have been injured in a motorcycle accident as well as athletes we sponsor including Superbike rider Christian Iddon and Trial2 motorcyclist Hannah Styles, our catastrophic injury team has developed a passion for motorcycles, and we understand that riding a motorcycle isn’t just a means of transport for our clients, it’s a way of life.
We’d love to discuss our shared passion with you at this year’s Manchester Bike Show in addition to sharing how we can help you and your loved ones with just one phone call, in the event that you are injured in a motorcycle accident.
We’ll have the privilege of exhibiting alongside some of the major motorcycle manufacturers and surrounded by 750 motorbikes of all classes at this year’s event, making it an event you don’t want to miss.
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