THERE are just five days to go before the doors open on Motorcycle Live 2013. And you have only three days left to buy an advanced ticket.
The extravaganza of all things two-wheeled takes place at the NEC in Birmingham from November 23 to December 1.
Action and entertainment is the name of the game with something for all ages during the nine-day event.
Every major motorcycle manufacturer will be present, showcasing the 2014 model launches in the UK for the first time, and over 150 other exhibitors and retail stands will be offering the very best in kit, accessories, motorcycle-related
products and services. If that’s not enough to keep visitors busy, the ‘live’ in Motorcycle Live certainly will.
This year, there are 17 FREE features and zones – including nine opportunities to ride – ensuring that motorcycle fans of all ages are kept entertained. Kids as young as two can get their first balance bike taster on the Kiddimoto
Children’s Fun Track, while those aged five and up can experience a powered two-wheeler in the safe surroundings of the Honda My First Licence, the Try a Kuberg – Children’s Electric Motorcycles and the Arena Cross MX Experience
11-16 year olds are catered for with the all-new Silverstone Rookie Rides experience while anyone aged 15 and over looking to get a taste of life on two wheels can take part in a free 20-minute session with the industry-backed Get On
campaign. For those already in possession of a full motorcycle licence, the Test Ride Zone and the ACU Try Trials feature are the places to be, while the Yamaha Off-Road Experience offers visitors aged 14 and over an introduction to dirt
If you prefer watching the experts do their thing, the all-new Crank’d live action show threatens to rip the roof off The NEC, while Behind Bars: The Movie will give visitors an insight into the lives of the UK’s top motorcycle racers.
The Nick Sanders Steampunk Cinema will add to the cinematic offering with an intriguing glance into the world of long-distance adventure riding.
The British Eurosport Entertainment Zone featuring the Blackhorse Stage will provide non-stop entertainment in the form of game shows and Q&As with a daily dose of famous biking faces and racing stars from MotoGP, World Superbike,
British Superbike and the Isle of Man TT. The Classic Zone sponsored by the Coventry Transport Museum, the Custom Xtreme Zone sponsored by BSH and Retro Zone sponsored by Brittany Ferries will each be displaying a stunning range of
For more information on all the live features and zones, click here.
Advance tickets for Motorcycle Live 2013 are just £17 per adult, £11 for Seniors and £7 for children aged 6-16* (kids five and under accompanied by a paying adult go free). Bike parking is free of charge and subject to availability.
Reduced car parking costs of £8 – subsidised by Motorcycle Live. To book your tickets, call 0844 581 2345 or visit http://www.motorcyclelive.co.uk
*Advance tickets on sale until 5pm on Friday 22 November.