Motorcycle Live claims to be UK's largest motorcycle show. It will be held at the National Exhibition Centre from 17th - 25th November.. Read on to find out more about this event.
Motorcycle Live claims to be UK's largest motorcycle show. It will be held at the National Exhibition Centre from 17th - 25th November. If you live and breathe motorcycles, there is no better place for you to be.
Motorcycle Live brings together bikers of all ages and riding experiences. Every visitor gets ten chances to ride any motorcycle across the provided feature areas. You can take your pick from a range of products and services and avail expert help. You can try out the bikes on display and figure out which feels the most compatible.
Every biker knows how special it is to meet others equally enthusiastic about their passion for riding. Motorcycle Live provides a platform for bikers to interact, share know-how, plan rides and so on. So, don’t forget to mark the dates on your calendar. Motorcycle Live will be an event you won’t forget.
An estimated 5,000 - 20,000 visitors will attend the trade show. There should be around 100 - 500 exhibitors in all. The event will commence at 9 am and is expected to wrap up by 6 pm. The attendees can display commercial bikes, cycling and fitness apparel, bike/steering components, wheel/transmission parts, electric bicycles, lubricants, tyres and other accessories. Manufacturers, exporters and suppliers of related motorcycle equipment will be present to answer any and all visitors queries and negotiate deals with them.
BMW, Harley Davidson, Ducati, Kawasaki, Peugeot, Royal Enfield, Suzuki, Vespa and Yamaha are some of the exhibitors attending the event.
The event will have three halls which will host several specialised zones of activity.
Hall two will house space for Suzuki bike restoration and a BMW dual sports arena.
Hall three will host a racing memory game, an MCN road test cinema, Eurosport Question of Bikes, and Harley Davidson Jumpstart, among other features.
Hall four will provide a Youth AX experience, a Strider Adventure Zone, Moto Cirque and Social Hub.
Attendees will get several chances to win themselves prizes. A host of competitions have been arranged. Some of the prizes on offer are – a Strider 14x bike, a 2019 Svartpilen 701, a Bear Grylls Adventure and show entry and much more.
Buying a ticket will enable you access to all entertainment and features of the Live Motorcycle show. All tickets are valid only for one day, whether it's an individual or a group ticket.
You can buy your tickets in advance for an additional booking fee until 16th November, 5 pm. After that date, tickets will be available at on-site kiosks.
If you plan to come in your car, you are advised to purchase parking tickets in advance, and bike parking is free.
Children under ten do not have to pay any entry fees. The entry ticket for children aged 11 - 16 is £1 for both advanced and on-site entry tickets. For senior citizens, the cost is £3 more if they buy their ticket on-site instead of online. Similarly, the ticket price for adults goes up £5.50 if they wait until the event day to buy their ticket.
Source - https://www.motorcyclelive.co.uk/ http://www.thenec.co.uk/whats-on/motorcycle-live/ https://10times.com/motorcycle-live-birmingham