Motorcycle Live is UK’s largest motorcycle show will return to the NEC from 17 – 25 November. A central meeting point for all biking enthusiasts, young and old, newcomers and old-timers – the show will place you firmly in the middle of all things biking.
With 10 opportunities to ride bikes across dedicated feature areas, and hundreds of chances to try them for size and get a feel for what’s right for you, there’s nowhere else in the country where you are so truly spoilt for choice with products, services, and expert advice.
There’s no better feeling than being out on your bike, or looking at bikes, or sitting on bikes, or tinkering with bikes or talking about bikes or planning your rides…
So whether you’ve got the bug yourself, or a friend or family member is new to, returning to or never left biking then fan those flames, ignite that passion and make Motorcycle Live a date in your diary for 2018.
FMX Live promises its most insane show yet at Motorcycle Live!
FMX Live presented by Arenacross UK returned to Motorcycle Live for one final time, as it completed a three-year tenure at the UK’s biggest bike show. The extreme freestyle motocross spectacle went out with a bang, ramping up the live action to present their biggest, loudest and most insane show yet!
Acting as a showcase for the very best of freestyle motocross talent, FMX Live is an intensely choreographed action-packed performance, full of lights, lasers and LEDs – all fixed to a heart-pumping soundtrack.
The FREE 30-minute show aimed to leave even the most hardcore of FMX fans on the edge of their seats. With just inches separating the riders from the roof of the arena, they executed extreme aerial stunts, such as the Whip, Cliffhanger, Cliffhanger and Heart Attack. Mistakes are not an option and tensions were high, particularly as the riders attempted to out-do each other in the “tick-off” section of the show!
FMX Live is presented by us the owners of the awesome Arenacross Tour (www.arenacrossuk.com), so visitors witnessed a world-class performance. Fans also had the chance to buy Arenacross merchandise, meet the riders and get photos and autographs of the guys who risk their lives in the name of entertainment.