NMM gears up for best free ‘Museum Live’ event yet

This year’s ‘Museum Live’ open day at Birmingham’s National Motorcycle Museum on Saturday, November 4, when visitors will be invited to view its vast collection of British-made motorcycles free of charge, promises to be the best yet.

Multiple world champions Freddie Spencer (right) and Carl Fogarty (above), along with their better halves, will be taking part in two fun questions-and-answers sessions hosted live on stage by Steve Parrish.

Also free will be ‘stars on stage and riders’ wives’ one-hour chat shows in the Britannia Suite presented in association with the museum’s wheel builders, Central Wheel Components Ltd.

The sessions will be hosted by Steve Parrish at 11am and 2pm, and the guests will be Freddie Spencer and Carl Fogarty and their partners.

After the winning ticket in the National Motorcycle Museum’s summer 2017 raffle is drawn during the afternoon, someone will become the proud owner of this £20,000 BSA Gold Star.

Other motorcycling personalities from the past and present will include Peter Hickman, Michael Rutter,
Maria Costello, John Cooper and Peter Williams, and both Peter and Freddie Spencer will have their newly published books at the event.

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