National Motorcycle Museum Live returns
The National Motorcycle Museum Live open day returns on Saturday 5 November with free entry and a host of activities throughout the day.
New for 2016 is the live start up feature, wihch will see iconic race machines fired up, including the “White Charger” Rotary Norton ridden by Steve Hislop, NVT Cosworth Challenge, Vincent “Super Nero” Sprinter and the Phil Morris Racing owned ART GP12 MotoGP bike raced by James Ellison in 2012.
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- Cal Crutchlow wins at Brno ending 35-year British drought
- Knox Hadleigh: Handy protection for lady riders
- Moto3: McPhee takes maiden victory at soggy Brno
Carl Fogarty and James Whitham will once again be hosting two one hour long chat shows with motorcycling personalities such as Ian Hutchinson and Peter Hickman.
Also at the event
Held within the National Motorcycle Museum’s conference facilities. For details of how to book a 6ft pitch for £30.00 contact Steve or George on 0121 704 2784 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the experts
In attendance will be some of the museum’s specialist suppliers and craftsmen (including their own restoration team) who will be available to chat and answer questions.
If that's not enough to get you interested, the raffle prize this year is a 1990 Norton F1 Rotary worth £22,000. Tickets for the raffle are available at the link below or by calling 01675 444 140.
For more information head to www.thenmm.co.uk.