Motorcycle Live returns to the NEC, Birmingham in 2019 from 16th – 24th November 2019, so at the time of writing you still have time to visit the show and I can easily recommend that you do visit the show.
I have reviewed the Motorcycle Live Exhibition a number of times of already – so have a look at them if you are undecided on your attendance. In summary though I have been going since 2014 and that trip requires getting up before 3am to make my flight and not getting home to around 11pm. That should be enough to make anyone think it is worth checking out – but let’s put it simply – it is a day walking about looking at bikes, talking about bikes, spending money on bikes or at least thinking about how you would spend money on bikes – how else would you rather spend a cold, damp November’s day?
Just for reference in case anyone – cough BMW Motorrad cough – is feeling generous this is now top of my wish list…
Previous MotorcycleLive Resources :
Motorcycle Live 2014 : Includes the first pics of the new Africa Twin – that was exciting and a dyne testing of the Kawasaki H2
Motorcycle Live 2015 : A gallery
Motorcycle Live 2017 : MCL in a Day – from Northern Ireland : A detailed review on the event as a traveller – getting flights, getting fed, getting round the show and getting back to Northern Ireland all for about £50 – and this is still the method I use.
Motorcycle Live 2018 : A detailed review on the event with some highlights picked out – from Best Display – to Most Wanted – to Bike that Got Me Thinking.
Back to Motorcycle Live 2019 :
At the bottom of this post you will find my full Motorcycle Live 2019 Gallery, but it is worth checking out my Instagram for a regular boost of Motorcycles | Technology | Photography – I would really appreciate the follow.
A few other bikes really caught my attention – this Suzuki DR800S has 5 miles on the clock!
I have been a fan of the Royal Himalayan since its announcement but this blue paint scheme just makes me fancy one even more!
It’s obvious my own preference is that of the Adventure Bike so it can not be shocking that the Harley Davidson Pan America caught my eye… Contraversial and divisive from what I have heard and read so far but I love it!
But rest assured there are bikes from and for every genre – as far as sports bikes go I find it hard to look past MV Agusta – I mean just look at the styling and detail – just stunning!
The Ducati stand, as always, was getting some major attention and a lot of that was focused around the Streetfighter V4 – just look at the stats of that bike, then look at the bike – its a Ducati so it is engineered beautifully – but please – some tell me, at 178kg with 2018bhp how do you stay on the thing!
And if it is custom you like, you have your choice too of prototypes, retro and customised machines – every taste is catered for…
Here is the gallery of over 100 images from the 2019 Motorcycle Live show – hopefully you make it for a visit if not, enjoy the photos and mark it in your calendar for next November.