Reigning British Superbike champion Tommy Hill will make a special guest appearance at the Adelaide Motorcycle Festival at the King's Hall in Belfast in February.
The Swan Yamaha star and his team-mate, international road racing contender Ian Hutchinson, will grace the annual festival in Belfast, which will be held over three days from Friday, February 10-Sunday, February 12.
Hill clinched the BSB crown in dramatic style during an enthralling finale to the championship at Brands Hatch, edging out American ace John Hopkins on the Samsung Crescent Suzuki.
Hill is guaranteed to be a hit with the fans who watched spellbound as he battled his way to his maiden BSB title victory for Shaun Muir's team in 2011.
Show promoter Billy Nutt is delighted the pair will attend the event and is expecting a bumper crowd through the doors of the King's Hall.
“Hill promises to be a huge draw and we're delighted both he and Ian Hutchinson are coming across for the show,” said Nutt.
“Hill has a big following, especially after the way he won the BSB title last year and Hutchinson went down in history for his five wins at the TT in 2010, so the pair are hugely popular.”
Tyco Suzuki British Superbike rider Alastair Seeley, who was named the Enkalon Irish Motorcyclist of the Year at the Adelaide Awards, picking up the prestigious Joey Dunlop trophy for the first time, will also attend the show.
The reigning British Supersport champion will b joined by Josh Brookes in the TAS Racing team for the BSB series and will also return to the North West 200 in May.
In addition to the special guests, Nutt has confirmed that an iconic machine will take centre stage at the event, with Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo's works Yamaha YZR-M1 on display.