Adelaide Motorcycle Festival 2012

The dates for the 2012 Adelaide Motorcycle Festival at Belfast’s King’s Hall have been announced as the 10th – 12th February 2012 – Friday – Saturday – Sunday.

Adelaide Insurance Services say:

“Soon it will be Christmas and after that festival there’s the annual Adelaide Motorcycle Festival, an extravaganza of all that biking has to offer, which will run for three days starting on Friday, 10 February at the King’s Hall complex in Belfast.

For Nutt Promotions this will be their 17th motorcycle show/festival and their sixth year at Balmoral where three halls will be used as exhibition space for Ulster’s premier bike Show.

Motorcycle Insurance specialist Adelaide Insurance Services is back investing in this event for the eighth successive year, which is in fact the third year of a three-year sponsorship deal.

“The 2011 Festival was hailed by exhibitors and visitors as the best motorcycle festival ever,” according to organiser Billy Nutt. “Exhibitors reported doing brisk business and many visitors came back for a second day.”

“So far as next year is concerned, the response so far from local dealers has been very encouraging.”

“We would hope to have all the major manufacturers represented and that includes Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, BMW, Ducati, KTM, Aprilia, Triumph and Harley Davidson. This is extremely gratifying given the present economic climate.”

“What with 15,000 people through the doors in three-days last February, this is an opportunity not to be missed by both dealers and the biking public.”

Nutt went on, “Over the last few years the auto-jumble has really taken off and that has prompted us to allocate additional space for 2012.”

“We are again anticipating a huge display of Chopper motorcycles as well as Vintage and Classic bikes.”

“In fact there will be something for everyone, it’s that sort of Festival with the widest possible appeal.”

Make a note of the dates: Friday February 10, Saturday February 11 and Sunday February 12—just the ideal build-up to St Valentine’s Day!”

Original Source: www.adelaideinsurance.com

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Admission

£10 / 10 Euros – Adults
£5 / 5 Euros – OAP’s
Children under 14 years go FREE

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  1. Times annouced for the ADELAIDE MOTORCYCLE FESTIVAL 2012 Belfast King’s Hall 10-12 Feb

    Friday February 10 – 2pm – 10pm

    Saturday February 11 – 10am – 5pm

    Sunday February 12 – 10am – 5pm

  2. ADELAIDE MOTORCYCLE FESTIVAL 2012 Belfast King’s Hall 10-12 Feb

    Road race rivals John McGuinness and Ian Hutchinson look set to enter into some verbal sparring early next year in Belfast.

    The occasion is the annual Adelaide Motorcycle Festival which runs for three days starting on Friday, 10 February at the King’s Hall complex.

    “Chat-shows are now an integral part of the Festival,” said organiser Billy Nutt on behalf of Nutt Promotions. “We are fortunate in securing such high profile names as McGuinness and Hutchinson.”

    “We are currently in negotiations with other celebrities.”

    Affectionately dubbed the Morecambe Missile, 39-year-old McGuinness was previously a brick layer but his speciality now is the Isle of Man TT where he has notched-up 17 wins.

    A former 250 cc British champion, Supermac is expected to ride Hondas again in 2012.

    So far as 32-year-old Hutchinson is concerned, he too is a TT specialist scoring an unprecedented five wins in one week in 2010.

    But that particular season when he also had three Ulster Grand Prix wins ended in near tragedy for the Bingley Bullet who crashed on the opening lap of a Silverstone race where he was clipped by another machine and air-lifted to hospital.

    During his period of recovery he had 16 operations and several skin grafts. His future as a road racer looked bleak.

    But Hutchy has bounced back in style with a third place on his Swan-Yamaha at the recent Macau Grand Prix.

    “So far as the exhibitors are concerned all the major manufacturers will be represented,” according to Nutt who is embarking on his 17th Show.

    “We will have Honda, Yamaha, Triumph, KTM, Ducati and Harley Davidson,” added Nutt. “Several of the road race teams will be launched during the Show.”

    “Clothing specialists Clinton Enterprises will no doubt attract a lot of interest along with the Auto-Jumble which continues to grow each year.”

    “We want to build on our outside activities and that includes the Trialstar team which performs daring stunts verging on the impossible!”

    “The 2011 Festival was hailed by exhibitors and visitors as the best motorcycle festival ever. Exhibitors reported doing brisk business and many visitors came back for a second day.”

    “So far as next year is concerned, the response so far from local dealers has been very encouraging.”

    “What with 15,000 through the doors last February this is an opportunity not to be missed by both dealers and the biking public.”

    “In fact there will be something for everyone, it’s that sort of Festival with the widest possible appeal.”

    Motorcycle insurance specialist – Adelaide Insurance Services is back as the title sponsor for the eighth successive year in which they’re celebrating 20 years of investing in motorcycling!

    Sam Geddis is the driving force behind Adelaide which is currently involved with the highly successful short circuit Masters Series at Mondello as well as the International Kells Road Races in Co Meath. Not forgetting the annual Adelaide Kells to Kells Ride-out from Kells Co Antrim to Kells Co Meath.

    Make a note of the Festival dates: Friday February 10, Saturday February 11 and Sunday February 12—just the ideal build-up to St Valentine’s Day!

    For further information contact Billy or Marty at Nutt Promotions on 028 7035 1199 or email billy@nutttravel.com or visit the promoters’ website http://www.nutttravel.com and click on Motorcycle Festival.

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