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The ultimate day out for motorcycle-mad families‏

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Motorcycle Live, the UK’s biggest bike show, is the ultimate day out for families with a passion for motorcycling – and with a new pricing structure that means a family of four can get in for less than £50, it’s never been better value for money.

The all-inclusive ticket provides FREE access to everything that Motorcycle Live has to offer, so visitors of all ages can check out the live stage entertainment, seek autographs from their racing heroes, climb aboard the shiny machinery on display and experience the awesome FMX Live freestyle motocross show presented by Arenacross, all without paying anything extra.

There are also eight FREE opportunities to ride a bike, including three that cater for children and teenagers. For the youngest of budding bikers, Kiddimoto returns to Motorcycle Live with its award-winning balance bikes on the inflatable Children’s Fun Track. For something with a bit more kick, Kuberg will be supplying a range of its electric off-road machines for the Kuberg MX Experience presented by MCF. Meanwhile, older teenagers can have a 20-minute motorcycle lesson at the Two Wheel Taster supported by Get On.

Motorcycle Live 2016 takes place at The NEC, Birmingham from 19-27 November. Advance tickets are on sale now, priced at just £19.50 per adult, £12 for Seniors, £1 for 11-16 year olds* and FREE for children aged ten and under (accompanied by a paying adult). There is also a £25 advance ticket, which includes entry to the show and a Spada bag worth £29.99**.

To book, call 0844 581 2345 or visit www.motorcyclelive.co.uk

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