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Motorcycle Live 2015 comes alive!‏

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Motorcycle Live 2015 fired into life at The NEC, Birmingham today with a star-studded roll call of racing VIPs, over 30 manufacturer stands and 16 interactive features – including nine FREE opportunities to ride a bike – keeping the bike fans that flooded through the doors entertained all day long.

Motorcycle Live 2015 comes alive!The Black Horse Stage in the Eurosport Entertainment Zone welcomed a whole host of racing royalty, including three-time 500cc World Champion Kenny Roberts, 2015 World Superbike Champion Jonathan Rea, 2015 Moto3 Champion Danny Kent, 2015 World Speedway Champion Tai Woffinden, 2015 British Superbike Champion Josh Brookes, MotoGP riders Maverick Vinales and Scott Redding and 2015 Isle of Man TT Senior winner John McGuinness.

Meanwhile, the world’s leading motorcycle manufacturers showcased their 2016 models in the UK for the first time and over 150 other exhibitors displayed everything from leathers, helmets and boots to dream adventure tours.

Visitors of all ages enjoyed a whole host of live and interactive features, including the all-new FMX Live, presented by Arenacross – the craziest freestyle motocross show ever to hit Motorcycle Live, featuring the world’s leading riders whipping and back-flipping to lasers, lights and LEDs and a heart-pumping soundtrack. Motorcycle Live 2015 runs for the next eight days until Sunday 6 December.

Tickets are available to buy on the door at £20 per adult, £14 for Seniors and £9 for children aged 11-16* (kids ten and under accompanied by a paying adult go free).

Visit www.motorcyclelive.co.uk for more details.

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