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TT stars head for London

Published: 21 January 2015

Updated: 21 January 2015

The Classic TT represents the opportunity to see - and hear - some of the greatest machines in history as they are raced around the Mountain Course by some of the world's most talented riders.

At this year's Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show on February 13-15 we're giving this fantastic festival the launch it deserves as we bring together the top road riders and some of their machines in a celebration of this truly unique event.

Michael Dunlop, Bruce Anstey, Lee Johnston, Peter Hickman and Ian Lougher will be interviewed on stage and reveal how they prepare for this incredible event, how it compares to the TT in June and how riding the classic machines compares to their usual, modern-day motorcycles.

At the 2015 Classic TT Festival, as well as three races - 350cc, F1 and 500cc - the bank holiday weekend event will include a celebration of one of the most iconic machines in TT history - Norton - with the greatest single collection of Rotary Nortons on display in the TT paddock and on the track.

The National Motorcycle Museum are also bringing nine of these remarkable Nortons to the London show so you'll get a first hand taste of the festival atmosphere especially when the machines of Steve Spray, Trevor Nation and Steve Hislop¹s iconic 1992 Senior TT-winning 'White Charger' are fired up live on stage every day!

For more information, tickets and event line-up at the 2015 Classic TT which runs from the August 28-31 go to

Buy your ticket in advance for just £16 (£20 on the day). Visit

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