The 2020 edition of the Motorcycle Live Show has been canceled due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
he this year's live motorcycle show, scheduled for November, has been canceled due to uncertainties related to the COVID-19 pandemic. First launched in 1981, the event is considered one of the centerpieces of the motorcycle show circuit in Europe with a series of world premieres and announcements taking place at annual event held each November in Birmingham, England. This year's program was to take place between November 21 and 29, 2020. It has now been extended to November 20 and 28, 2021.
he general manager of Motorcycle LiveFinlay McAllan issued a statement announcing the cancellation of the event. The press release said that the organizers of the show regret to announce the decision after a long and detailed consultation. Concerned about public safety and taking into account the well-being of industry colleagues, the This year's event has been postponed to 2021
, according to the press release.
“Motorcycle Live is about interacting with the public, getting together with friends, using the latest machines and trying out the latest equipment. Many of us use it as an annual pilgrimage to get together with friends and family and have a great day together. “
And it's not just the audience that joins us every day, we, along with our industry colleagues, also look forward to the event every year. So, as you can imagine, decision to postpone this year's show
It was not taken lightly. Our concern For the safety of our visitors, exhibitors and industry colleagues is at the heart of this decision.
As with any difficult decision, we consider it from different angles and take into account the different scenarios and restrictions that might be imposed. Run a evento como Motorcycle Live under the COVID-19 restrictionsLike complying with the requirements of social isolation, restricting the number of spectators and dictating the direction of the people around the room, everything would ultimately have had a negative impact on the experience of the participants and, consequently, on the very essence a spectacle.
“The whole Motorcycle Live team is extremely disappointed because we are sure you are too, but you can be sure that we will continue to work behind the scenes to offer you a fantastic show in 2021. In the meantime, stay safe and take care of that others. “
As 2020 Live Motorcycle falls victim to the current coronavirus pandemic, doubts have once again been raised as to whether this year's event in Italy, the EICMA 2020 will continue as expected in early November. he EICMA is the most famous motorcycle show in the world, with many brands launching new products, presenting concepts and announcing new product lines for next year. If the dangers of the pandemic persist and large gatherings of people are not recommended, a question arises again as to whether EICMA 2020 will continue as planned.