He’s been one of THE riders to watch in this year’s MotoGP championship and you can see Tech 3 Yamaha MotoGP man Johann Zarco in the flesh at Motorcycle Live today.
Zarco is making his visit to the NEC show alongside a host of other racers including Isle of man TT legend, the flying Kiwi Bruce Anstey and short circuit and roads hard-man Alastair Seeley.
You can see Zarco at 11.30am at Yamaha and at 12.30 and 2pm at a special SHARK helmet autograph signing sessions, he’ll be on stage with the TV superstar James Whitham at 1pm and will be generally moving around the show too (so keep an eye out for him between those times).
TT hero Ian Hutchinson will also be on stage with Whit and in addition will be carrying out book signings of his amazing autobiography at 11.30 and 2.30pm PLUS he’ll be at the Arai stand for an autograph signing session at 1.30pm.
Advance tickets for Motorcycle Live are on sale now priced at just £19.50 per adult, £12 for Seniors, £1 for 11-16 year olds* and FREE for children aged ten and under (under 16s must be accompanied by a paying adult). This means the entry fee for a family of four comes in at well under £50.
There is also a £25 advance ticket, which includes entry to the show and a Spada Gonzo bag worth £29.99 (whilst stocks last).
To book, call 0844 581 2345 or visit www.motorcyclelive.co.uk
Visitors paying for on-site car parking at The NEC either in advance (at a reduced rate), or on the day, will receive a voucher for half-price admission to the National Motorcycle Museum, which is adjacent to the venue. Motorcycle parking at the show is free of charge.
Motorcycle Live 2017 takes place at The NEC, Birmingham from now until November 26.
Tony has been riding motorcycles for over 35 years and he's been a motorcycle writer for over 25 of those. He's ridden almost every motorcycle you can think of at most places around the world and he's partial to some racing, too. A Taurus, Tony doesn't believe in horoscopes (but then that's exactly what a Taurus would say!) but he does believe in Mandalorians and their right to earn a living.
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