From 10am – 4pm wheeled vehicle enthusiasts and families gathered at Wheels 2013 to view the motorbikes, cars, quads and fire engines on display. Segways were a big attraction, particularly amongst younger attendees and families, whilst the ‘Get On’ bike campaign allowed those over the age of 18 to have a go at driving a motorcycle with a qualified instructor at their side.
Brian Horsburgh, AECC’s Managing Director commented: “Despite the typical North-East weather Wheels 2013 turned out to be a successful and fun day out for all. With over 200 motorcycles being brought along by enthusiasts, this provided a bike exhibition in itself! The mix of static and interactive stands provided a range of dynamic exhibits, appealing to both enthusiasts and families.”
Martin Marshall, Ecosse Motorcycles commented: “Wheels 2013 provided a great platform for us to showcase our latest motorcycles to the public, outside of the showroom. The test drives proved very popular and all-in-all Wheels has been a very beneficial event for Ecosse to be part of.”