Lynch will be trying out the show's Get On interactive experience unit, which will give up to 100,000 visitors over the age of 16 a free one-hour taster session on a scooter or motorcycle.
"It has been proven that riding bikes or scooters can dramatically cut commuting time, and, most importantly in the current financial climate, they are far more economical to run than four-wheeled vehicles," said Lynch.
"The fact anyone can have a go on a bike without making any financial commitment is an amazing opportunity."
The show runs from 27 November to 6 December.
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