BeMoto announced as new sponsor for 2022 Scottish Motorcycle Show

BeMoto has been announced as a new sponsor for the 2022 Scottish Motorcycle Show. 

BeMoto Scottish Motorcycle Show logo.

INSURANCE firm BeMoto has been announced as a new partner of the 2022 Scottish Motorcycle Show that will take place at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh on 12-13 March 2022.

The 2022 Scottish Motorcycle Show will feature manufacturers such as KTM, Yamaha, Royal Enfield, CCM, Triumph, Husqvarna and Indian. In total, 120 exhibitors will be present at the Show, with a variety of new, used and classic bikes on display. 

Additionally, Muddy Beach Customs and Dusty’s Customs will be partnering with the Built Not Bought Custom Bike Show to satisfy visitors’ desires for more unique pieces.

Three exhibition halls will be open throughout the weekend, featuring special offers on motorcycling gear, from leathers to helmets. 
Outside the halls, the Two Brothers Stunt Team will be providing the entertainment, with shows taking place across the weekend. 

The main hall of the event will also feature the 2021 Ducati Panigale V4 S competition bike that is the prize, along with a £10,000 cash pot, for the BeLotto prize draw. More details on the BeLotto draw can be found here

BeMoto’s Head of Brand and Marketing, Luke Brackenbury, said in a press release: “BeMoto is naturally excited to get really involved with the Scottish Motorcycle Show. The chance to be at this event and meet riders ahead of the typical riding season was an opportunity we didn’t want to miss. The sponsorship decision was also helped by the fact many of our staff ride and love touring the Scottish roads!” 

Brackenbury added that “BeMoto staff will be on hand across the weekend to talk to bikers about insurance options,” and about details surrounding the aforementioned BeLotto competition where, again, a 2021 Ducati Panigale V4 S and £10,000 are up for grabs.

More details on the Scottish Motorcycle Show, including booking information, can be found on their website, here