Get­ting to Mo­tor­cy­cle Live

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By bike or car

Sit­u­ated eight miles east of Birm­ing­ham city cen­tre, the NEC is at the hub of the UK mo­tor­way net­work. Vis­i­tors can travel to the NEC site from the M1, M5, M6, M6 Toll, M40 and M42.

The NEC is sign­posted from mo­tor­ways and ma­jor roads and is marked on most good maps. If you are trav­el­ling by car, we rec­om­mend that you al­low plenty of time for your jour­ney.

If you are us­ing a sat­nav sys­tem please use the post­code B40 1NT – but be aware that this will get you to the NEC, not di­rect you into the bike park it­self, which will be clearly sign­posted on the way into the venue.

Park­ing

Se­cure in­door bike park­ing is pro­vided by Mo­tor­cy­cle Live and is free of charge (sub­ject to avail­abil­ity). The bike park in­cludes a stor­age fa­cil­ity for kit, and will open one hour be­fore the show starts and close an hour af­ter­wards.

Car park­ing costs £12 on the day or £10 in ad­vance – this is a charge im­ple­mented by the NEC, not by Mo­tor­cy­cle Live.

Ar­rive by train

The NEC is sit­u­ated ad­ja­cent to Birm­ing­ham In­ter­na­tional rail sta­tion. If you are trav­el­ling by train to the NEC you can ac­tu­ally reach Mo­tor­cy­cle Live with­out even hav­ing to step out­side!

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion on trav­el­ling by train to Birm­ing­ham In­ter­na­tional sta­tion, please con­tact Na­tional Rail en­quiries on 03457 484950, or visit the Na­tional Rail web­site (na­tion­al­rail.co.uk).

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