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Tickets for Motorcycle Live go on sale today (August 1), with Suzuki again promising to provide some of the main attractions at this year’s show.

The Japanese manufacturer’s full model lineup will be on display, including models new for 2018, such as the recently launched RM-Z450. However, aside from the new model displays, Suzuki will have a host of other live and interactive features taking place throughout the course of the nine-day event.

Stealing headlines is likely to be the restoration of Kevin Schwantz’s 1993 world championship-winning RGV500 - in association with Suzuki’s Vintage Parts Programme - with the fan-favourite and MotoGP legend himself attending the show’s opening weekend to begin the work.

Suzuki’s hospitality area will return, allowing show-goers to enjoy free teas and coffees and take the weight off their feet, alongside a display of the firm’s classic machinery.

Also returning for the 2017 show will be Suzuki’s retail shop, selling the latest in Suzuki clothing and merchandise, including a comprehensive leisurewear range and race team collections.

Motorcycle Live 2017 takes place from 18-26 November at the NEC in Birmingham. For tickets and more information, visit