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Try off road and trials riding for FREE at Motorcycle Live 2013

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Motorcycle Live 2013 is the perfect opportunity for bike fans to broaden their two-wheel horizons and try out new motorcycling disciplines in the form of the Yamaha Off Road Experience and the ACU Try Trials feature.

The Yamaha Off Road Experience is back for 2013, offering bikers* the chance to swap the tarmac for the dirt with a FREE 20-minute taster session on a specially designed indoor motocross circuit. Catering for all levels of riding experience (basic clutch control is required), chief instructor Barry Johnson (a former Motocross Grand Prix Rider and current Auto Cycle Union Instructor) and his team will guide participants through the techniques needed, making sure it is an experience to remember.

Also making a return to Motorcycle Live is the ever-popular ACU Try Trials feature, which in conjunction with BUMPY (Birstall Urban Motorcycle Project for Youth) will be offering visitors** the chance to try out the impressive sport of trials in a FREE 15-minute taster session. Participants will receive direction and guidance from an ACU-certified instructor to get to grips with the basics of this highly-skilled discipline. Trials riding demonstrations by the ACU coaches will also take place daily with times to be confirmed.

The Yamaha Off Road Experience and the ACU Try Trials feature are operated on a first come, first served basis with bookings only being taken on the day. All safety equipment will be provided.

Motorcycle Live 2013 promises to offer everything that visitors have come to expect and more. Every major manufacturer will be present, showcasing the 2014 model launches in the UK for the first time, while 17 FREE live features and zones – including nine opportunities to ride a bike – will keep motorcycle fans of all ages entertained.

Advance tickets for Motorcycle Live 2013 are just £17 per adult, £11 for Seniors and £7 for children aged 6-16 (kids under five accompanied by a paying adult go free)***. Bike parking is free of charge and subject to availability. Reduced car parking costs of £8 – subsidised by Motorcycle Live.

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