Yet more to enjoy at NMM’s Motorcycle Live open day

Plans are shaping up for the third National Motorcycle Museum Live free open day on Saturday, November 5.

The winning raffle ticket for this fabulous 1990 Norton Rotary F1, worth over £22,000, will be drawn during the afternoon of the National Motorcycle Museum’s free open day.
The winning raffle ticket for this fabulous 1990 Norton Rotary F1, worth over £22,000, will be drawn during the afternoon of the National Motorcycle Museum’s free open day.

The event will include two ‘Stars on Stage’ presentations with racing legends Carl Fogarty and Jamie Whitham in the magnificent Britannia Suite at 11am and 2pm, in association with Central Wheel Components Ltd. Appearing by courtesy of Phil Morris Racing will be TT superstar Ian Hutchinson and British Superbike frontrunner Peter Hickman.

New this year will be a Museum Live Start-Up at which visitors will be able to enjoy the sounds of some of the most famous race machines in the world, including the Steve Hislop ‘White Charger’ rotary Norton, NVT Cosworth Challenge, Vincent ‘Super Nero’ sprinter and genuine Moto GP Ducatis and World Superbike machinery.

Read more in September’s issue of OBM

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