MOTORCYCLE LIVE 2018



Motorcycle Live tickets on sale 1 August – six reasons to buy in advance

The countdown is on, from 17-25 November 2018, Motorcycle Live will fill four halls of The NEC to bursting, with brand-new metal; all the latest kit and accessories; 10 interactive riding features; non-stop live entertainment; biking celebrities and an all-new, never-seen-before high octane extravaganza - Moto-Cirque.

Tickets go on sale at 9am today - Wednesday 1 August and are once again all-inclusive, so when visitors are through the door, every single live feature and event is completely FREE of charge. November might feel like a long way away from now, but here are six great reasons why booking in advance is the right thing to do…
 
1) Attend the exclusive Club Kawasaki preview event
With limited spaces available, you'll want to get in quick to secure your tickets. Join Club Kawasaki for a hot breakfast, rider appearances and be the first in to the biggest show of the year for an exclusive preview of the new Kawasaki metal.
Go to: www.club-kawasaki.co.uk to purchase your tickets now. 
 
2) Save money
Adults save £5.50 by buying in advance rather than on-the-door, paying just £19.50* instead of £25.00. Spend the saving in the bar while debating which new model is top of your wish list, or put it towards that must-have bit of kit from one of the many retailers at the show. If you're bringing the kids, under 10s get in FREE and 11-16 year olds are just £1**.
 
3) Save even more money
For 2018, there is an exclusive offer in place for Motorcycle Live visitors who book The NEC car parking in advance, resulting in a further £6 saving. Of course, those arriving by motorcycle can avoid the NEC's parking fee altogether and park for FREE - and there is no need to book in advance.
 
4) You might get a Golden Ticket
Advance ticket buyers purchasing online are automatically entered into a prize draw to win one of hundreds of on-the-spot prizes, from caps and t-shirts to signed merchandise and event tickets, all donated by Motorcycle Live exhibitors. You could end up with a VIP trip to BSB or a book signed by your racing hero, so it's definitely worth checking!
 
5) Avoid queues on the day
Around 10,000 bike fans could be flocking into Motorcycle Live on any given day – that's a lot of people who potentially need to buy their tickets from the box office. Book in advance, get an e-ticket and walk straight into the halls without passing go – it's a no-brainer!
 
6) Bag a bike lock
Pay a little extra for your advance standard ticket and get an Oxford bike lock worth £25.00 thrown in for good measure. This £25.00 advance ticket offer is only open to people buying their ticket before the show opens on the 17th November, and locks are collected from the Oxford stand on the day.
 
Motorcycle Live 2018 takes place at The NEC, Birmingham from 17-25 November. Standard advance tickets for Motorcycle Live are on sale on 1 August priced at just £19.50 per adult, £12 for Seniors, £1 for 11-16 year olds* and FREE for children aged ten and under**. There is also a £25*** advance ticket, which includes entry to the show and an Oxford Products bike lock worth £25.00.
 
To book standard tickets, call 0844 581 2345 or visit www.motorcyclelive.co.uk

 

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