Classic Feature – Supported by the National Motorcycle Museum
Once again The National Motorcycle Museum is proud to present the Classic Motorcycles feature at this year’s Motorcycle Live.
Situated “just across the road” from the NEC the museum houses the largest collection of British motorcycles in the world with over 1000 machines from 170 different manufacturers spanning no less than three centuries! Of the 1000 plus machines in the collection there are around 850 on display at any one time throughout the museums five huge display halls.
For the 2017 event we will be displaying a large cross section of our “adventure” and “off road” competition inventory . On our stand you will find scrambles, trials, speedway and early examples of “adventure” road machines from the Vintage era through to more recent times. This will include a wide range of manufactures from AJS to Velocette and also feature some of the lesser known makes such as DOT and Excelsior.
Not only this but there will be exciting and interactive live elements to the display including a restoration feature brought to you by the museums own restoration team who will be restoring a classic motorcycle live on stage throughout the show.
One of the most popular elements of our display is always the photo opportunity machines that you can sit on and this year will be no exception when we will have 2 very special veteran bikes to try for size!
We’re also thrilled to be providing our exciting “start-up” feature again which will showcase two of the most aurally captivating and famous road race machines from the museum collection being fired up twice a day for the duration of the show. The 1963 500cc Marsh MR4 and the 1991 – 1994 Crighton Norton.
Motorcycle Live visitors can also take advantage of half price entry to the Museum by using this Voucher.