Don't miss your chance to rub shoulders with some of motorcycling greats at the NEC show.
Everyday a celeb or two from the most successful British racer since Barry Sheene, Bradley Smith to adventurer Charley Boorman will be floating round ready to meet you.
Just check out the information boards at the show to find out when and where they will be appearing.
Friday November 27
Adventurer Charley Boorman will be knocking about the Touratech and
BMW stands to talk about his latest By Any Means round the world trip and other adventures
Britain's first ever World Supersport Champion Cal Crutchlow will be
appearing on the Yamaha stand.
125 GP star Bradley Smith Britain's most successful racer since
Barry Sheene will be meeting fans.
Other riders making an appearance are former BSB-champ John Reynolds
and ex-gp rider turned journalist Niall Mackenzie
Aston Villa footballers Curtis Davis and Steve Sidwell will be
wandering round the show looking for their next bikes and dropping in to the Get On! Stand.
Saturday November 28
World Superbike star Jonathon Rea will be a guest of Honda
See British hero Carl Nunn, the defending British Open Supercross
champ take on last year's runner up Gordon Crockard, American Mike Alessi and Mike Brown in the first round of the British Supercross Championships.
Tickets are extra and are available from: 0844 338 8000.
Sunday November 29
Fresh from WSB testing in Philip Island, Australia new Alstare Suzuki signing Leon Haslam will spend the day on the Suzuki stand
Monday November 30
Injury plagued BSB rider Glen Richards, who rides for HM Plant Honda will be milling round the show
Tuesday December 1
MotoGP star Marco Melandri will be special guest at the show
Boyzone singer and petrolhead Shane Lynch will be on the Get On! Stand after taking up the chance to learn to ride.
Wednesday December 2
Thursday December 3
Friday December 4
Saturday December 5
Four time world superbike champion and legendary rider Carl Fogarty will be guest on the Red Torpedo stand. Fans will get the chance to meet him and enter a competition to win on of his lids.
TT fans should also head to the show today to meet current riders John McGuiness, Connor Cummings, Ian Hutchinson and Ian Lougher, and riders of yesteryear including seven times TT winner Mick Grant, Richard 'Milky' Quayle and sidecar star Dave Molyneux
Retired Irish road racing star Phillip McCallen, who took 11 TT race wins, including an unequalled four races in one week in 1996 will also be on hand to meet fans.
WSB stars Carlos Checa and Jonathan Rea will also make appearances
Charley Boorman will once again be on the BMW stand
The second round of the British Supercross Championships will be staged at the NEC featuring Mike Alessi, Mike Brown, Carl Nunn and Gordon Crockard
Sunday December 6
Carl Fogarty will spend his second day at the show visiting the Red Torpedo stand
Charley Boorman will be on the BMW stand again
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