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27th Jun, 2022

Two day feast for bikers at National Motorcycle Museum

REV up for a special two day National Motorcycle Museum Live show at the Solihull venue.

Following the success of the museum’s first two day show in 2021, National Motorcycle Museum Live continues in October 2022, also as a two-day event!

As always, although people have to pay for parking, entry is free of charge and visitors can enjoy a host of exciting free attractions including the return of the popular Henry Cole and Friends live on stage.

Attractions include a large indoor trade area featuring trade stands and displays from many well-known names including Central Wheel Components Ltd, Triumph Motorcycles, Sealey Tools, H&H Classics, BSA, and Norton Motorcycles to name but a few.

The museum shop will be open throughout the event selling a huge range of classic motorcycling books, clothing and memorabilia.

There will also be a ‘Meet The Experts’ feature plus live wheel building demos by Central Wheel Components Ltd.

Henry Cole and Friends will feature popular personalities from Henry’s TV shows including Henry himself as well as Sam Lovegrove and Allen Millyard.

Not only that, but also expected are two motorcycle racing superstars who will join Henry and the crew on stage on both Saturday and Sunday.

Meanwhile in the museum’s Britannia suite, TT legend, TV presenter, Steve Plater will host free to enter stage shows on both days.

There will also be the chance to test ride some well-known manufacturers’ machines over the course of the weekend.

And of course, bikes old and new will include some of the museum’s famous racing inventory as well as ex-Moto GP bikes.

For further Museum Live 2022 updates visit www.thenmm.co.uk

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