A ‘stars on stage’ event presented in association with Norton Motorcycles Ltd will be a highlight of this year’s free National Motorcycle Museum Live open day on Saturday, October 27.
In the museum’s Britannia Suite, TT star, TV commentator and Norton factory test rider Steve Plater will host two free hour-long, Norton-themed chat shows, at 11am and 2pm.
These will feature current works Norton rider John McGuinness as well as Norton CEO Stuart
Garner and chief designer Simon Skinner, and the latest Norton TT race machines.
Stunning new road-going V4s will also be fired up live on stage during the show, while 1970s Norton ace Dave Croxford has also confirmed that he’ll be appearing on stage alongside other past and present Norton race personalities.
Another NMM Live attraction will be a ‘Start-Up’ feature presented by the Brackley Festival of Motorcycling, in which some of the world’s most famous racing machines will be fired up in the fountain courtyard area.
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