Leading Isle of Man TT stars will be out in force with guest appearances on every day of this year's Motorcycle Live show.
The show is at the NEC from Saturday, November 24, to Sunday, December 2.
All of the main contenders for 2013 honours will be at the show, with packed days scheduled for both weekends, including the return of the ever popular Mad TT Sunday (December 2) and the official launch of the Classic TT (November 25), where fans will get to meet and chat with stars past and present.
John McGuinness, double TT winner in 2012, will be leading the way as he has for most of his Isle of Man career. McGuinness is scheduled to be at the show both weekends and will be joined by Manx hero Conor Cummins, who will be one of his main rivals at next year's TT.
McGuinness will be signing copies of the new book John McGuinness – TT Legend on the TT Paddock Experience Stand during both weekends.
Other riders scheduled to appear during the show include fans’ favourite Guy Martin, three-time race winner Michael Dunlop, Bingley Bullet Ian Hutchinson, SES TT Zero race winner Michael Rutter, Northern Ireland's Ryan Farquhar, who won the inaugural Lightweight Race in 2012, the evergreen Ian Lougher and William Dunlop, who achieved his first podium in 2012.
John Holden and Andy Winkle, Ben and Tom Birchall, World Champion Tim Reeves and 16-time TT winner Dave Molyneux, with his passenger Patrick Farrance, will be representing the Sidecars, while TT legends also due to make an appearance include Mick Grant, Phil Read and Phillip McCallen.
The riders will be signing autographs and meeting fans on the new TT Paddock Experience stand, where people can pick up 2013 TT merchandise including next year's fleeces and jackets as well as TT DVDs courtesy of Duke Marketing.
The riders will also be interviewed by TT commentators James Whitham and Steve Parrish on the main stage and will be appearing in the ever-popular Question of TT Races quiz game.
Race fans will have the chance to bag Grandstand and VIP hospitality packages as the 2013 tickets will be launched at the show, and, as an added bonus, there is a show exclusive 10% discount on all Fanzone and VIP hospitality tickets, available only during the show.
TT organisers will also be running a competition to win the ultimate ticket to the TT races, which can only be entered at the show.
Other riders scheduled to appear during the show include Karl Harris, James Hillier, Simon Andrews, Dan Stewart, Dan Kneen and Jamie Hamilton.
Advance tickets for Motorcycle Live 2012 (purchased before 5pm on Friday, November 23) cost £16 per adult, £10 for seniors and £6 per child. To book your tickets, call 0844 581 2345 or visit www.motorcyclelive.co.uk