National Motorcycle Museum goes LIVE!
Following the massive success of Museum LIVE over the past two years, the team at the National Motorcycle Museum will once again be throwing open the doors on Saturday, November 5 for their annual freeentry open day.
Everyone is invited to visit the recently revamped museum collection and there’ll be a large indoor autojumble.
Racing legends Carl Fogarty, James Whitham and TT superstar John Mcguinness will host two special stage shows, at 11am and 2pm, each comprising an hour-long chat show where the irreverent duo will invite other motorcycling personalities up on stage – amongst them will be Ian Hutchinson and James Ellison.
There’ll also be a live start-up area at this year’s event, where you can see, hear and smell bikes old and new as the team fire them into life. Among the bikes that will be brought back to life will be the Steve Hislop ‘White Charger’ Rotary Norton, NVT Cosworth Challenge, Vincent Super Nero sprinter, Phil Morris Racingowned 2012 ART GP12 Motogp bike (ex-james Ellison), plus many others, including Motogp Ducatis and WSB bikes.
The hugely popular museum, based near the NEC in Birmingham, also has its own shop and restaurant, which will be serving breakfast, lunch, a range of hot meals and snacks as well as laying ona barbie.
For more information, head to www.thenmm.co.uk and make sure you don’t miss out on a day to remember.
See and hear classic race bikes fired up
John Mcguinness will be there, too