Motorcycle Live 2015 marks 100 years since modern motorcycling came alive with the introduction of the Triumph Model H and in celebration of the centenary, the first 500 show tickets will be available to buy at just £10 each when the box office opens at 9am on Monday 3 August.
This year’s show will fire up on Saturday 28 November at The NEC, Birmingham and run at full revs for nine days until Sunday 6 December, with four halls jam-packed with features that will see modern motorcycling come to life. At the top of every visitor’s list is new metal and this year will not disappoint, with over 30 of the world’s leading motorcycle manufacturers showcasing their 2016 models in the UK for the first time.
The spectacular manufacturer stands will be accompanied by an enormous variety of live entertainment, interactive features and a range of opportunities to ride – for experienced motorcyclists, complete novices and kids – and there’ll be the usual chance to celeb-spot as a whole host of racing stars pay a visit to the show.
New-for-2015 is FMX Live presented by Arenacross. Visitors will be able to watch some of the world’s leading freestyle motocross stars whip and back-flip in a jaw-dropping display of aerial gymnastics in a high octane, quality show that will push the riders to their limits*.
Motorcycle Live takes place at The NEC, Birmingham from 28 November to 6 December 2015. Advance tickets are on sale now, at just £17.50 per adult, £11 for Seniors and £7 for children aged 11-16** (kids ten and under accompanied by a paying adult go free). There is also a £20.50 advance ticket, which includes entry to the show and a choice of Oxford neck wear worth £15. To book, call 0844 581 2345 or visit www.motorcyclelive.co.uk.
*Additional fee of £5.00 for visitors aged 16+
**Advance ticket price, closing date for advanced tickets 5.00pm on 27 November 2015 All information correct at the time of release
© 2015 Motorcycle Live, All rights reserved.
At the Forth Road Bridge today, the remarkable sight of the leading riders in the premier motorcycle racing championship in Europe, the MCE British Superbike Championship, took place as they rode their race bikes across the Bridge. Working with Amey, Transport Scotland and the MCE BSB organisers, the riders posed for photographs and conducted numerous interviews ahead...