The countdown is on until the UK’s biggest motorcycle show opens its doors! Motorcycle Live, in association with Bikesure Insurance, returns to The NEC, Birmingham from Saturday 4 – Sunday 12 December. With unrivalled entertainment for bike fans of all ages and riding abilities - visitors will have access to four halls, brimming with everything the world of motorcycling has to offer.
Visitors will be able to test ride motorcycles and scooters, including the latest generation of electric powered models, both indoors and on the road. For those who wish to try their hand at adventure riding, head to Experience Adventure in Hall 4, where Honda, Royal Enfield and Triumph will be offering free adventure rides.
Younger visitors looking to kickstart their biking journey can head to the Kiddimoto Children's feature, or the Youth MX feature in Hall 4, where a free ride awaits, along with some inspiration for those Christmas lists!
There will be plenty of opportunities to meet biking celebrities every day of the show. With BSB Day taking place on Saturday 11th December, visitors can expect a bumper attendance of racers fresh from the track. There will be live Q&A sessions with BSB racing stars, 2022 news and signing sessions throughout the day, and of course Tarran Mackenzie, the 2021 Bennetts British Superbike champion will be in attendance.
Finlay McAllan (Managing Director, Motorcycle Live) said: “With just two weeks to go, we can't wait to welcome visitors back to The NEC. With the show having missed a year, manufacturers and exhibitors are really pulling out all the stops to ensure visitors have a fantastic day. As the show is running a little later than normal, we hope to play a part in kickstarting the festive celebrations and bringing people together again."
Motorcycle Live 2021 returns to The NEC, Birmingham on Saturday 4 December with doors opening at 09:00am. Discounted advanced tickets are now on-sale and available from motorcyclelive.co.uk.
Visitors who ride to the show, will be able to park, safely and securely in Hall One, with bike parking offered free of charge.