With the doors to Motorcycle Live due to open at the NEC in Birmingham, the ACU will be returning to the Show from 18th November until the 26th November.
The ACU will be in attendance for the full duration of the show with an exhibition stand, alongside the FIM, situated in Hall 3A near to the Black Horse Main Stage, ready to offer advice and guidance to visitors of the show, regarding the ACU/FIM and how to get involved in both Off-Road events and Road Race events.
Key members of ACU/FIM Staff and Sport Committees will be available to discuss and offer advice to existing and potential riders and organisers, while visitors to the show will be able to find out more details regarding starting competitive motorcycle sport and details relating to all of the ACU Nationals Championships.
After recently freezing the Licence fee for another year (£20 – Trials Registration and £70 - Other Disciplines) the ACU will be on hand to provide a full licencing service to both new and existing members of the ACU and why not renew your ACU licence whilst visiting the stand at the show?
On Saturday 25 November, World Champions from a multitude of two-wheeled disciplines will be descending upon Motorcycle Live on the third stop of the ‘Ride to the FIM Awards – the Future of Motorcycling’.
Fans of two-wheels will be able to get up close to British riders who have achieved World Championships throughout the years – including five-time World Superbike Champion Carl Fogarty, racing pundit and double World Superbike Champion James Toseland, six-time World Superbike Champion Jonathan Rea and three-time Motocross World Champion David Thorpe.
Motorcycle enthusiasts can meet their heroes, see them interviewed live on the Black Horse stage throughout the day by fan-favourite James Whitham, hear them share their racing stories, and find out more about their experiences of what it takes to become a Champion.
So why not come say hello and find out more about how the ACU can support you or your club/organisation with anything connected with two wheeled motorcycle sport.