The team from Bikesure will be making tracks for the NEC in Birmingham in November for Motorcycle Live 2017.
Bikesure have been firm supporters of Motorcycle Live over the years endorsing its status as one of the biggest, best and most influential motorcycle shows on the biking calendar.
The Bikesure stand will aim to showcase the “Best of British” motorcycles and celebrate those smaller, independent manufacturers that bikers the world over have grown to know and love.
And, on Saturday (November 25) Foggy, Carl Fogarty MBE, the most successful World Superbike racer of all time in terms of the number of championships and races won, will man the Bikesure stand to meet fans, sign autographs and pose for photographs.
Other attractions at the Bikesure stall will include:
- A free-to-enter daily draw to win an assortment of great motorcycle prizes
- There will be free biker friendly goody bags, for the grown-ups and children too
- Visitors will get a chance to chat to the experts from Bikesure to find out how to save money on your motorcycle insurance and get the best possible cover to suit you and your machine.
Artist will paint with radio controlled car during Motorcycle Live 2017
Throughout Motorcycle Live 2017 contemporary British artist Ian Cook (http://www.popbangcolour.com/) will be showing of his skills to wow the crowds visiting the Bikesure stand.
Ian creates his art by using radio-controlled cars, car tyres and toy car wheels as his paintbrushes. He describes his work as a “friendly explosion of colour” and it simply has to be seen to be believed!
On the Saturday Ian will be using his radio controlled cars for a special commission, a portrait of Foggy astride a classic Triumph motorcycle.
There will be 38 motorcycle manufacturers represented at the show and Bikesure will probably have a bespoke insurance policy for each of them.
Motorcycle Live 2017 ticket news
Advance tickets for Motorcycle Live 2017 are on sale now, with prices frozen at 2016 rates. The UK’s biggest bike show will open its doors at The NEC, Birmingham from November 18-26.