The bike will be on display on the magazine’s stand at the event next week, which runs from Thursday, October 29-Sunday, November 1 at Warwickshire’s Stoneleigh Park.
This is a serious bit of kit for the MX2 competitor, as the uprated 2016 model enjoys a substantial top-end power boost from a newly-developed HRC cylinder head, piston and con-rod, with stronger bottom-end torque without sacrificing mid-range performance.
The new crosser is also equipped with Showa SFF-TAC-Air forks, which have been further improved to reduce friction, plus Honda’s programmable engine mapping system which allows the rider to select one of three pre-set configurations to suit differing track conditions.
Those who can’t make it to Europe’s biggest off-road event can enter the FREE PRIZE DRAW via the International Dirt Bike Show Facebook page.
There are real savings to be made by buying in advance – and you can buy tickets online right up until 23.59 on Monday, October 26. Adult admission is £8 in advance for Thursday October 29, or £13 for Friday through to Sunday.
Get yours online or call 01507 529529.