Birmingham, United Kingdom is the site for this year’s edition of “The World’s Largest Motorcycle Show”. A full nine days long, the show gets started November 19, and runs through November 27. It takes place at NEC Birmingham, on North Avenue, just off Pendigo Way and M42 near Birmingham International Airport.
Saturdays and Sundays the show is open from 9 am - 6 pm. Weekday hours are 10 am - 5 pm.
According to The Telegraph, live events dot the show schedule. Stunt rider extraordinaire and Team Green Ambassador, Lee Bowers, will be present. He will be performing throughout the week in his very own stunt arena, known as Hall Two. FMX Live, presented by Arenacross, will be performing in Hall Four. The Blackhorse Stage will host riders and celebrities. Riders will be on hand for signing sessions and photo opportunities.
But, without a doubt, the biggest draw for Motorcycle Live attendees is the chance to see the new models being launched. Bike-makers from around the globe will be on hand with eye candy for the biking enthusiast.
But motrocyclelive.co.uk assures us that “looking” isn’t all that will be available. A test ride area is set up so potential buyers can get their legs around the motors.
There will be plenty of chances to win merchandise and swag. Everything from a Suzuki SV650 to a weekend getaway to a Davida gift certificate can be won.
Adult tickets are $24.10. Seniors (65 and up) get in for $14.84. Kids 11-16 get admission for $1.24. Children 10 and under get in for free with a paid adult or senior admission.
Motorcycle Live, The Telegraph, bikesportnews.com
Gildshire Reporter, Kim Hastings