Everything we know so far about Motorcycle Live 2019

It’s one of the most anticipated bike shows of the calendar. It’s where manufacturers will debut the new models to mark the start of the next decade. It’s a chance to meet motorcycle stars of the past, present and maybe even the future.

What is Motorcycle Live 2019?

Known as ‘The UK’s Biggest Motorcycle Show’, Motorcycle Live has over 100,000 bike fans pass through its doors every year. It’s held over nine days in November at the Birmingham NEC. This year, we’re proud to say that it is partnering with Bikesure.

The show actually started in 1931, and it moved to the NEC on an annual basis in 1989. It was known for some time as the International Motorcycle and Scooter Show. It was renamed Motorcycle Live in 2010.

Whether you enjoy biking as a hobby or as a sport, everyone looks forward to Motorcycle Live. As well as hundreds of motorbikes, there’s expert talks, custom builds, interactive activities, breathtaking displays and much more….

A chance to look at the new motorcycle releases…

Motorcycle Live is now known as the platform for manufacturers to debut their new machinery and technology in the UK.

Fans can get in the saddle of entire ranges of motorbikes, get a feel for their next bike and check out the technology that’s being introduced to the machines of the next decade.

As well as the up-and-coming models, you’ll also see some of the most outrageous custom machines from specialist builders.

Everyone in the motorcycle world is there. It’s an opportunity not to be missed by bike fans.

A chance to meet motorcycle stars…

Motorcycle Live always manages to secure some top notch stars of the motorcycle world.

These names may be famous for motorsport or for touring the globe on two wheels. Anyway, there’s a famous face at the show.

We’re arranging for Carl Fogarty, World Superbike legend and Bikesure ambassador, to be around for a couple of days. One date is confirmed, just waiting to hear back on another….

A chance for everyone to try out two wheels…

Whether you’re experienced or have never ridden a motorbike before in your life, Motorcycle Live is a brilliant opportunity to try it out.

There’s tracks for small kids, medium kids and big kids. Virtual reality and interactive activities if you don’t fancy getting on a ‘real’ machine.

If you really want to give riding a motorbike a go, here’s a chance to try it out.

When is Motorcycle Live 2019?

Motorcycle Live 2019 will take place between the 16th and 24th November 2019 at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham.

How much are Motorcycle Live tickets?

Advance tickets are now on sale at £19.50 for adults (£25 with an Oxford HD MAX Disc Lock which can be collected at the show). Tickets will be £25 if purchased on the day.

Advance tickets for seniors (aged 65+) are £12. Tickets will be £15 if purchased on the day.

Entry is free for children aged five and under; £1 for 6-16 year olds.

See Motorcycle Live website for more information.

Can I park at Motorcycle Live 2019?

There is parking at the Birmingham NEC. This year, Motorcycle Live organisers have made the decision to subsidise parking charges for all visitors to the show.

Advance parking will be available at a discounted rate of £10 (£12 on the door).

As always, Motorcycle parking is free.

What time does Motorcycle Live open?

The NEC website says Motorcycle Live will be open between 10am-5pm on weekdays and 9am-5pm at weekends.

Aritcle Credit: Louise Hepburn

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