Masks now mandatory at Motorcycle Live from 10th December

If you are heading to Motorcycle Live tomorrow, you’d better pack a face mask to conform to COVID-19 guidelines

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MOTORCYCLE Live is well and truly up and running, and with more than 50 motorcycle manufacturers taking part in the show this year, there really is something for everyone to see.

So far, the show has been run in line with Government COVID-19 guidelines, with the organisers ensuring that adequate social distancing can take place, while hand sanitiser of never far away to help keep everyone safe.

But as is the theme of the last couple of years, it is an ever-changing landscape, and to align with the Government’s announcement last night, from the 10th of December all visitors will be required to wear a face mask or covering – unless they are exempt.

On top of that, all visitors will need to confirm they have had both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to gain access to the event.

The move should go some way to keeping everyone safe at the show – just like you would be doing if you were at the shops, on public transport, or at an office party... that may or may not have happened.

All of the staff at the show are working hard to keep the event running, and with live-action elements to Motorcycle Live being one of the big draws of the event, you can be sure everything is being done to ensure the bikes and exhibits are kept clean and safe.

To find out more about the event and to plan your trip, click here.

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