Motorcycle Live goes online
Although this year’s Motorcycle Live has been postponed, the organisers have announced that they will be holding a virtual ‘Motorcycle Live Online’ event instead.
An annual crowd favourite organised by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA), this year’s Motorcycle Live was suspended for safety reasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic – as the BMF has previously reported.
However, a statement on the show’s website has now announced that “From November 21-29 2020, bike fans can enjoy an array of unique content, see the latest bikes and enter exclusive competitions with Motorcycle Live Online.
“With a raft of dedicated content and videos in the making, ‘show attendees’ can expect their fix of biking in November as they always have. We’re pleased to be supported by Bikesure Insurance and, of course, the manufacturers and key brand holders within the motorcycle industry.”
Commenting, Motorcycle Live Managing Director 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’!
“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.”
Motorcycle Live Online will be available to access on the event’s website here from November 21-29.
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