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MX Stars to Carole Nash Motorcycle Live

Carole Nash Motorcycle Live

Fans of off-road motorcycles and sport will be flocking to Birmingham on Dec. 4 for Dirt Day at Carole Nash Motorcycle Live with the news that more of the world’s top off-road racers will be appearing.

The motorcycle event has already announced the attendance of MX GP aces Sébastien Pourcel and Gautier Paulin and this has been bolstered by the news that Honda’s British MX1 champion Evgeny Bobryshev will also be at Carole Nash Motorcycle Live on 4 December.

The popular Russian will join other top level off-road motorcycle racers heading for Birmingham, including Shaun Simpson, Zach Osborne, Martin Barr, Jake Nicholls, Nathan Parker and Paul Malin. But fans can do so much more than just look at new bikes and world-class riders.

Visitors from the age of five can have a go themselves on a variety of motorcycle off-road riding activities, including Suzuki’s Off-road Experience which features a series of berms and straights with expert adv ice from qualified motocross experts.

Yamaha comes to Carole Nash Motorcycle Live with an indoor motocross school and an outdoor enduro experience and there’s even an opportunity for visitors to test their skill and balance in a free trials lesson in the ACU Trials Zone.

With more new off-road models on display under one roof than anywhere else in the UK, Carole Nash Motorcycle Live will also offer fans the opportunity to see the latest products up-close and personal from 27 November to 5 December, but with special attention paid to Dirt Day, when stars from the world of dirt drop in to meet fans and chat on the Black Horse stage in the Arai Entertainment Zone.

Finlay McAllan (Managing Director of Event organizers, MCI Exhibitions) says: "Naturally we’re thrilled that all these top riders have chosen our Event to interact with their fans. We’re also delighted to have more new off-road product than at any other UK event. Off- road sport is incredibly important to the future of motorcycling, allowing kids to get onto two wheels at a very early stage."

"While it’s fantastic to have all these great riders appearing and major manufacturers exhibiting their latest models, we’re especially pleased to be able to offer the opportunity to get on and ride at the NEC, too. With several off-road experience features, you really can try motocross, trials and enduro all in one-day while taking in a freestyle MX show and getting the kids onto two-wheels for the first time."

Carole Nash Motorcycle Live runs from Nov. 27 to Dec. 5. Tickets are £15 ($24) in advance for adults, £10 ($16) for Seniors, £5 (8) for children aged 11-16 and kids under 10 go free. All riding experiences are free. The Ramp’d Up display is £5 ($8) per adult and £2.50 ($4.50) for children 5 – 16.

For Yamaha Off-Road and Enduro Experiences, participants must have s ome experience of having ridden a clutch-operated motorbike. For the ACU trials lessons, riders must have a valid DVLA motorcycle licence or current CBT certificate. Participation is subject to availability and can only be booked at the event. Age and height restrictions apply.

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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