November 16th, 2020.

With Motorcycle Live Online kicking off this Saturday, the 21st of November, show organisers have been working closely with manufacturers, exhibitors and key brand holders in the motorcycle industry to put together a packed line-up of content and fun for a dreary November in lockdown.

Check-in on Saturday for the opening day where 'visitors' will be greeted by James Whitham, usually found on the Black Horse Stage during Motorcycle Live, who will chat through the plan for the week with 'attendees' so that they don't have to miss a thing. The first weekend will celebrate the latest and greatest with the launch of the 'New Metal' gallery on the website, a resource where riders – and ‘soon-to-be riders’ – will be able to search by brand and filter by capacity.

For fans of sports bikes and naked machines, Monday the 23rd will see live-streamed launches and special discounts available while stock lasts.

Tuesday the 24th of November is 'Future Day' where the show explores all things electric and will post interviews with key figures and ask questions sent in by Motorcycle Live fans.

Off-road and Adventure day is Wednesday the 25th and brings visitors top tips to try adventure riding for the first time, and discounts on riding courses. There will be an interview with Long Way Up, Down and Round's Charley Boorman which will also be posted.

Thursday the 26th is New Rider Day, with the top picks of learner machines and handy hints for passing the test first time.

Custom, Retro and Classic Day takes over on Friday the 27th with an exclusive video filmed at The Bike Shed with Royal Enfield.

Onto the final weekend, which is focussed on racing. BSB Day takes place - as it usually does - on the final Saturday of the show. James Whitham chats to 2020 BSB Champion, Josh Brookes, Shane 'Shakey' Byrne and Yamaha's Tarran Mackenzie about the 2020 season.

All the above, along with exclusive discount codes from top brands and £1000's-worth of prizes up for grabs from the comfort of your own home - all for free.

Managing Director of Motorcycle Live, Finlay McAllan said: “We're really looking forward to bringing as much of the fun of Motorcycle Live that we can to people at home. Unfortunately, this year many things that we usually take for granted, like attending Motorcycle Live at the NEC, haven't been possible, but we hope to bring some cheer to motorcycle fans during Lockdown."

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Motorcycle Live Online takes place between 21-29 November on and on the Motorcycle Live social channels.
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