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Motorcycle Live 2019

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Start date 16.11.2019

end date 24.11.2019

Start time 09:00

end time 17:30

venue NEC Birmingham


After providing some of the main attractions at Motorcycle Live 2018 – where the new KATANA made its UK debut – Suzuki will return to the UK’s biggest motorcycle show this November, showcasing its entire 2020 model range alongside a series of additional feature displays and special machines.

After winning the show’s Best Feature Stand award – voted for by the visiting public – for two years in a row, Suzuki will again be bringing along another live attraction. A large Barry Sheene celebration stand will be centred around the rebuild and restoration of two of the world champion’s iconic race bikes; a 1979 XR23A RG500 and Sheene’s last GP race bike, a 1984 RG500.

Away from classic race bikes, Suzuki will also display a number of more modern competition machines, and the stand will be visited by its British championship racers over the course of the event, too, including National Superstock 1000 Championship winner with Suzuki, Richard Cooper.

Centre stage, though, will be the new models Suzuki is bringing to market in 2020, which will be displayed alongside the rest of the brand’s model lineup for the forthcoming year, many of which will also be available to test ride throughout the duration of the event from the Test Ride Zone.