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Excitement levels are high, say the organisers, for the return of Motorcycle Live in association with Bikesure Insurance, as they look forward to welcoming back visitors to the UK’s biggest bike show, taking place from Saturday 4 December to Sunday 12 December at the NEC, Birmingham.

There are 60 motorcycle and scooter manufacturers showcasing their brand-new models for 2022, alongside two retail zones, display features and nine exciting opportunities to ride a bike. For visitors looking for the ultimate show adrenaline rush, there’s Experience Adventure. This is a feature dedicated to giving a first taste of off-road riding, across varied terrain and obstacles, all under the watchful eye of specially-trained instructors, and completely free of charge.

Supported by Honda, Royal Enfield and Triumph, visitors will experience first-hand the capabilities of adventure bikes in an area offering a safe environment to get comfortable with the riding technique and balance required for taking the bikes off road, as well as experiencing how these amazing, versatile bikes cope with challenging terrain away from asphalt.

Bell Helmets and RST are providing full protective riding gear so that visitors will have quality kit to ride in, allowing them to focus on the challenging, but rewarding side of adventure riding.
Sharing the track, and showcasing their riding skills three times a day, will be former World Trials 2 Champion and seven times British Champion Jack Price and Michael Brown, who has European and multiple British Trials titles to his name, who are guaranteed to impress the crowds.

Motorcycle Live 2021 at The NEC opens its doors at 9:00am on Saturday 4 December and discounted advanced tickets have been on sale for some time, so hopefully attendance levels will be respectable.

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