Bike insurance specialists Bennetts is giving one lucky visitor to Motorcycle Live the opportunity to win a hand-built Norton Commando worth £14,495.
Attendees to Motorcycle Live, which runs from November 22-30 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK, who have signed up to the Bennett’s award-winning Bike Social website will be entered into a draw to win the iconic British machine. The Norton Commando will be on display at the Bennetts stand throughout the nine-day show.
Bennetts will be exhibiting on stand 2B40, where visitors can see some of the rarest and most interesting bikes at the show. In addition to an example of the Norton Commando Sport that can be won, the company will be displaying the unique carbon fibre Brough Superior Moto2 machine campaigned by Jeremy McWilliams at this year’s British Grand Prix, the breathtaking one-off Roger Allmond-designed Triumph Rocket III custom and a specially-built 1974 CB750K4 based machine developed by IDP Moto.
Also on the stand is the 1968 Paton ridden to victory at the Bennetts-sponsored 500cc Classic TT by Ian Lougher.
In addition to displaying some of the country’s most desirable machines, Bennetts’ advisors will be on hand throughout the show to provide visitors with insurance quotes, while existing customers are invited to stop by for a coffee and a chat in the Bike Social lounge, where they can also pick up a free goodie bag.
The Bennetts stand will be opened by MotoGP star Scott Redding, who will be on the stand at midday on Saturday, November 22, to meet fans and sign autographs.