Motorcycle Live 2020 schedule announced - 21 - 29 November

The running order for the 2020 Motorcycle Live show has been announced, with James Whitham opening proceedings 21st November

IT’S just over a week away from Motorcycle Live kicking off the first online and COVID-19 friendly edition of the annual event.

This year is obviously going to be a very different affair to any other, although with James Whitham kicking the event off on Saturday 21st November, the Black Horse Stage will feel like it’s being brought into your home!

The first weekend of the online show is focussing on the vast number of new or updated models that have been announced already this year, as the New Metal gallery is launched on the website. ‘Attendees’ are able to browse the bikes by brand and filter by capacity.

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Monday 23rd November is dedicated to naked and sports bikes, with new live-streamed launches taking place throughout the day and special discounts available while stocks last.

Tuesday 24th November is a day for crystal-ball gazing, as Future Day explores electric bikes. There are interviews with key figures from the industry and experts on hand to answer questions sent in by visitors.

Wednesday 25th November is all about off-road riding, with hints and tips for those looking to get involved in the activity. There also discounted training courses up for grabs and even an interview with Charley Boorman to discuss his latest adventure.

If you are thinking of learning to ride or know somebody who is, Thursday 26th November is new rider day, with learner legal and new rider-friendly bikes taking centre stage.

Custom, Retro, and Classic Day takes over on Friday 27 November and there is an exclusive video brought to you by The Bike Shed and Royal Enfield.

The final weekend of the event focuses solely on the world of racing on two wheels, with BSB taking place on Saturday and Isle of Man TT day following that up. On stage, BSB stars Josh Brookes, Shane 'Shakey' Byrne, and Yamaha's Tarran Mackenzie to discuss their 2020 season. The TT will be bringing Peter Hickman, James Hillier, and the Birchall brothers to the stage.

Motorcycle Live Online in association with Bikesure Insurance takes place between 21-29 November on www.motorcyclelive.co.uk and on the Motorcycle Live social channels.

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