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Motorcycle live 2020 goes online!

The organisers of Motorcycle Live have decided to host the show virtually for 2020. Previously the yearly Motorcycle Live show, was hosted by the NEC in Birmingham. This year, the online show is running from the 21st -29th November 2020. It’s organisers promise unique content, the lastest bikes, plenty of bargains and exclusive competitions with Motorcycle Live Online 2020.

Pandemic Problems!

It was always going to be hard to hold a show with the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. We are still waiting to hear what will happen for the large European shows which were cancelled back in June. EICMA is normally the show where all the big reveals happen.

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We expect manufacturers will do their own virtual announcements of yearly figures and new 2021 models. With Motorcycle Live being the first show post EICMA, UK motorcyclists are the first in the world to see new offerings.

It’s free!

The free to view online show promises a raft of content, writing and videos making sure virtual attendees can get the normal November biking fix. Best of all it is completely free, and you don’t have to go anywhere!

Managing Director of Motorcycle Live, Finlay McAllan said: “When we made the difficult decision to postpone Motorcycle Live this year, our thoughts instantly turned to how we could still offer our visitors a show experience. We’re looking forward to delivering, motorcycle and scooter launches, exclusive competitions, bargains and latest news to our fans over the course of the ‘show’!

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“By presenting Motorcycle Live Online over the course of the ‘normal’ nine-day show period, we hope to give our fans, followers and regular visitors plenty of entertainment, and give something back for all the support we have been shown throughout the years.”

Hopefully 2021 will be back to normal!

Personally we think that this year has been a weird time. It has also been great for the motorcycle industry with great sales numbers, with both new and returning bikers. Anything which provides the opportunity of getting the bike industry together and working on other projects is great. Hopefully, normal service is resumed for 2021. We can get back to having a big show we can all meet up and enjoy.

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