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Champ Redding among celebs to attend Motorcycle Live

The BSB race season may be over, but Motorcycle Live in association with Bikesure Insurance is offering visitors the chance to meet their favourite riders and biking celebrities – including recently crowned British Superbike Champion, Scott Redding and five-time World Superbike Champion Jonathan Rea – for signings and selfies galore at the NEC, Birmingham, between 16-24 November. 

Over the course of nine-days, there will be a whole host of riders, commentators and biking personalities visiting the show and taking part in signing sessions on their respective sponsors stands, as well as live interviews and games on the Blackhorse Stage – including four-time World Superbike Champion and Bikesure ambassador, Carl Fogarty and three-time British Superbike Champion and fan favourite John Reynolds. 

Racing royalty Leon and Ron Haslam will be coming to the show on Saturday 16 November alongside Michael Dunlop, James Hillier, Danny Buchan and Jason O’Halloran. The lineup will be joined by TT-star Bruce Anstey and Tom and Ben Birchall on Sunday 17th. 

Throughout the week, visitors can catch up with BSB star Tommy Bridewell, TT riders Connor Cummins, Jamie Cowards, Dom Herbertson, John Holden and Lee Cain, Ian Hutchinson and Michael Rutter. As well as Niall Mackenzie, Steve Plater, Neil Hodgson and Maria Costello MBE.   

Joining forces once again with the British Superbike Championship to host ‘BSB Day’ on Saturday 23 November, there will be special guest appearances by stars including 2019 Championship winner Scott Redding, Peter Hickman and Taz Mackenzie. Find out all the gossip and behind-the-scenes action from a nail biting season as they’re interviewed on the Blackhorse Stage by James Whitham and catch them for signings on the Bennetts British Superbike stand in Hall 4. 

TT Day takes place on the final day of the show, Sunday 24 November. Road-racing-record-breaker Peter Hickman will be there as well as other big names from the Isle of Man races including Dean Harrison, John McGuinness, Lee Johnston, Davey Todd and Tom and Ben Birchall. There will be photo opportunities and signing sessions on the Isle of Man TT Stand as well as interviews on the Blackhorse Stage. 


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