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TT Stars Out In Force For Motorcycle Live 2011

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John McGuinness - Photo Credit: Motorcycle Live Media

John McGuinness - Photo Credit: Motorcycle Live Media


This year's Motorcycle Live event will be celebrating one of the world's biggest annual road racing spectaculars at the NEC in Birmingham later this month when it stages TT Day. Motorcycle Live will run from the 19th to the 27th of November with TT Day scheduled for the final day of the event.

Many of this year's race winners will be appearing, including 17-time champion John McGuinness, while Bruce Anstey, Michael Dunlop and sidecar stars John Holden & Andy Winkle will also appear in the year they tasted victory on the mountain course. Six-time Macau GP winner Michael Rutter will also be in attendance, as will Conor Cummins and Ryan Farquhar.

The Black Horse Stage, in the Arai Entertainment Zone will also be a TT Zone on the final day, with ITV4 commentary team James Whitham and Steve Parrish making appearances. Whitham will be hosting a themed Q&A session while Parrish, also a commentator for the BBC's MotoGP coverage, will ask the questions in a special Fast Bikes Question of Bikes quiz, contested by the TT stars, who will also be available for fan meet & greets and autograph sessions.

All-inclusive tickets for Motorcycle Live 2011 are available for £16 in advance* for adults, £10 for seniors, £6 for children aged 6-16 and kids five and under accompanied by a paying adult go free. For more information, visit or call 0844 5812345.

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