If the NEC in Birmingham is too much for you, there are plenty of jumbles instead
The annual unveiling of new metal, parts and kit, but knowing the interest in older bikes there’s always a decent smattering of them too. This will be your first chance to get up close and personal with Suzuki’s new Katana (some love it, some hate it, just like the original), plus maybe even a display of first gen Kats – both stock and modified. There’s a big display of past and present Isle of Man TT race bikes too, so plenty to keep you entertained for a few hours.
Where: NEC Birmingham How much: advance tickets; £19.50 adult, £12 senior citizens, £1 children 11-16, under-10s with accompanied adult free Go: motorcyclelive.co.uk
The ex-alan Seeley, sorry Barry Sheene, 1976 World Championship-winning RG500 (again)