1st August 2017
Motorcycle Live tickets latest
Advance tickets for Motorcycle Live, the UK's biggest bike show, are on sale now! Prices have been frozen at 2016 rates and the tickets remain all-inclusive, so every single live feature, event and experience at the show is absolutely FREE to enjoy.
Advance buyers will not only benefit from significant savings in comparison to the on-the-door price, they will also be in with a chance of winning one of hundreds of on-the-spot prizes in the show’s 2017 Golden Ticket promotion.
The 17 FREE live features and events at Motorcycle Live include ten opportunities to ride a bike, with something on offer for all ages and levels of experience. There will also be non-stop interactive entertainment, celebrity appearances, classic, custom and special manufacturer displays and the awesome FMX Live presented by Arenacross.
But arguably the most popular attraction for the thousands of bike fans flooding through the doors every year is the chance to see the brand-new machinery from the world’s leading motorcycle manufacturers, on display in the UK for the very first time. There will be at least 38 manufacturers appearing at Motorcycle Live 2017 – that’s a whole lot of new metal for visitors to feast their eyes on.
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 (under 16s must be accompanied by a paying adult). There is also a £25 advance ticket, which includes entry to the show and a Spada Gonzo bag worth £29.99**.
To book, call 0844 581 2345 or visit www.motorcyclelive.co.uk.
Visitors paying for on-site car parking at The NEC either in advance (at a reduced rate), or on the day, will receive a voucher for half-price admission to the National Motorcycle Museum, which is adjacent to the venue. Motorcycle parking at the show is free of charge. *Advance ticket prices, closing date for advanced tickets 5pm on 17 November 2017. There is a £1.50 fulfilment fee per order. **Limited offer while stocks last