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The largest motorcycle show of the year is almost here.  2013 Motorcycle Live is returning to the NEC on the 23rd November.  The 9 day show has all the leading bike manufacturers, lots of motorcycle accessory retailers where you can buy a new helmet to the latest gadget, motorcycle insurance, stunt shows and much more.

Pitlane Promotion is again this year providing promo girls for Motorcycle Live, grid girls and some product demonstrators to help the exhibitors make the most of this event.

Motorcycle Live 2013 How To Get There

Getting to The NEC by Bike or Car

The NEC is situated 8 miles East of Birmingham city centre; its central location ensures it is at the hub of the UK motorway network. Visitors from any direction can travel to The NEC site directly using the following motorways – M1, M5, M6, M6 Toll, M40 and M42.

As a free flowing alternative to the M6, the M6 Toll offers reliably shorter journey times through the West Midlands. It runs between Junctions 3A and 11A of the M6, and there is easy access to the NEC via the M6toll / M42. M6 Toll Website.  If you are using a Sat Nav enter postcode B40 1NT

Parking at the NEC

Bike parking in the Bike Park is free of charge (and subject to availability). Car parking is charged at £8.00, this is subsidised for Motorcycle Live visitors, by Motorcycle Live (NEC parking is £10 a day).

Getting to the NEC by Train

The NEC is situated adjacent to Birmingham International Rail Station; if you are coming to a show at The NEC you can reach Motorcycle Live without stepping outside!

Depending on your origin station you can travel directly by train to The NEC by alighting at Birmingham International

For further information on travelling by train to Birmingham International Station, please contact National Rail enquiries on 08457 484950 or visit the National Rail website

Once you have arrived at Birmingham International Rail Station take the stairs or lift from any platform up to the station interchange. The entrance to The NEC is situated on the right hand side as you exit the station and is clearly signposted

Getting to the NEC by Plane

Birmingham International Airport (BHX) is the nearest airport.  The NEC is only minutes from the airport. Birmingham International Airport (BHX) Website

Getting to the NEC by Coach & Bus

The NEC can be reached by a number of local bus services. If you are travelling to The NEC from Birmingham city centre there are two route options.

The 900 service leaves from Moor Street Interchange and has a daytime frequency of 20 minutes. The 900 will drop you at Birmingham International Station with a journey time of approximately 31 minutes.

The 38 service leaves from Moor Street Interchange hourly, it has a journey time of approximately one hour. The 38 will drop you off at Birmingham International Station.


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