National Motorcycle Museum Live set to continue for 2022

The National Motorcycle Museum is set to continue its live show for 2022. 

National Motorcycle Museum Live Logo.

THE National Motorcycle Museum debuted its two-day live show, National Motorcycle Museum Live, in 2021 and is bringing it back for 2022 following the same two-day format. 

The National Motorcycle Museum (NMM) is set to welcome brands such as Triumph, BSA and Norton; as well as Central Wheel Components, Sealey Tools and H&H Classics to the 2022 National Motorcycle Museum Live show, set to take place in October, according to a press release from the NMM.

The brands will be housed within the show’s trade area, which comprises both the National Motorcycle Museum and its conference facilities, while the museum shop will be open across both days for your classic motorcycling book, apparel and memorabilia needs.

There will also be live stage shows, including the returning Henry Cole and Friends, featuring motorcycling TV personalities Sam Lovegrove and Allen Millyard, as well as Cole, who the show is named after. Both Cole and Lovegrove will be holding signing sessions throughout the event.

Ex-TT winner Steve Plater will also be in attendance to host the live stage shows, with two other racing stars due to head over to the show as well, with those names to be announced soon.

Another one of the show’s main features will be the indoor “Start Up” show, which will involve the start-up of some of the bikes from the museum’s collection, including some race bikes of the past, and even ex-Grand Prix machines.

Additionally, there will be the opportunity across the event to test ride some bikes from major manufacturers, with further details on that coming in the future. 

Food will be available at the event courtesy of the museum’s chefs, including a breakfast barbeque that will be available from 08:30.
Entry to the 2022 National Motorcycle Museum Live show will be free- completely free if you arrive on a motorcycle, since motorcycle parking will cost you nothing. Car parking will cost £15.

Further updates on the 2022 show can be found on its official website, here.