Motorcycle Live 2011 ended on a high today with ‘Mad Sunday’ – a full day dedicated to the Isle of Man TT. Fans of the legendary road race arrived at The NEC in their droves, all hoping for the chance to see their heroes in the flesh, and they weren’t left disappointed.
To celebrate the start of Britain’s biggest motorcycle show, the best of British racing talent will be out in force as part of a grand opening ceremony that will see MotoGP star Cal Crutchlow fire up his Yamaha M1 machine on the Black Horse Stage – kicking off Motorcycle Live 2011 in deafening style.
Following the success of last years event at Castle Combe race circuit, this year the South West Region Police Forces are returning to the Wiltshire circuit to beat their total of 267 riders completing a one hour on road assessed ride with a Police Advanced Motorcyclist followed by a fifteen minute track experience around Castle […]
Not been to the NEC for Motorcycle Live yet? Well you’ve got three days left to go, and having been there today, I can certainly recommend a visit. The glut of new metal on show is very impressive – as is our GSX-R1000 competition bike, which is sitting resplendant on Suzuki’s stand.
Hi there Fast Bikers, this is just a quick note to tell you about Motorcycle LIVE currently up at the NEC. Putting on my utterly-honest hat for a moment, this is a fixture I’ve been increasingly less fond of over recent years. Indeed, last year wasn’t up to much at all and mostly because the […]
Entries for Thundersprint 2011 have been pouring in and now there are just a few spaces left in both the sprint racing and cavalcade sections of the two day festival of bikes, held over the weekend of May 7 and 8 in Northwich town centre. So you better act fast if you want to join […]