Kevin Carmichael - image

Kevin Carmichael – image

World famous stunt rider, Kevin Carmichael is confirmed to appear at Triumph Live 2012. Kevin, who has performed his jaw-dropping stunts all over the world, will be showcasing a brand new routine at the motorbike and music festival and has promised to unveil never before seen stunts that will both shock and thrill the crowd.

Kevin is the latest act to be confirmed for Triumph Live 2012, the world’s biggest festival devoted to Britain’s biggest and most iconic motorcycle manufacturer.

The event, which takes place at Mallory Park Circuit, Leicestershire, 31 August – 2 September 2012, celebrates 110 years of the British motorcycle manufacturer’s history and is open to riders of all marques, music fans and families alike.

Kevin joins headline act Kaiser Chiefs and brit rockers Reef who will also be performing over the weekend. Visitors to the festival, which is expected to attract up to 15,000 fans, will also be treated to a host of other live bands; championship racing from the Triumph Triple Challenge race series; factory tours; a Wall of Death, road, track and off-road demo rides; plus an eclectic mix of other displays, activities and attractions.

Visitors will be able to view the latest range of Triumph motorcycles together with a selection of some of the UK’s best customised Triumphs. Key bikes from Triumph’s history will also be on display, as part of a unique exhibition exploring the 110 year anniversary, while those looking to kit themselves out with top quality riding apparel need look no further than the Triumph Clothing Megastore.

Kevin Carmichael said: “I’m really excited to be performing again at Triumph Live. I’ve used solely Triumphs for stunting for many years so it’s great to be entertaining my ‘home’ crowd at such a special event.

“I’ve got a few new moves up my sleeve that are amongst the most difficult I have ever attempted, which should make for a great spectacle. Triumph Live 2010 was an amazing experience and really great fun. This year’s event looks even bigger and better and I’m really looking forward to it.”

Tickets are on sale now at, priced at £47 for a weekend pass or just £27 for Saturday-only access. Entry for under 16’s is free when accompanied by a paying adult.

Onsite camping will be available from Thursday until Sunday, including toilet/shower facilities, a secure bike park and safety deposit boxes. Camping costs £15 per person for the weekend and must be pre-booked.

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