EUROPE’S leading indoor off-road event will see live action from 12-time trials world champion Dougie Lampkin’s display team.
The Dirt Bike Show has been redesigned for 2017, as organisers Mortons Media Group look to build on a successful 2016.
New features added to the show this year include a Motoball match between France and Germany, where the four-strong teams will go wheel to wheel and try and score past the opposition goalkeeper, who is on foot.
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There will be the Minibike Supercross track, the Wall of Death, and many other have-a-go experiences.
The Dirt Bike Show is once again being held across four days – October 26-29 – at its now traditional home of Stoneleigh Park, in Warwickshire, in partnership for a second year with oil and lubricant giant, MOTUL.
Major manufacturers, including Beta, Honda, Husqvarna, KTM, Sherco and Yamaha, will have stands showcasing their latest new-for-2018 machines, and they will also be selling merchandise. The Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki race team will also be attending for the first time.
Hundreds of traders will be offering deals on a huge range of riding gear and accessories in the retail hall, too.
Bridgestone will be joining the likes of Goodyear, Michelin and Dunlop, and leading
off-road products distributor Race FX will be attending for the first time.
Advance tickets are available now and can be bought from the Dirt Bike Show website – dirtbikeshow.co.uk – or by calling 01507 529529. Prices start from £8.
If you’re new to the event and would like to find out more about booking a stand either visit the website or call the organising team on 01507 529430.