Dirt Bike Show 2016

GET READY FOR THE INTERNATIONAL DIRT BIKE SHOW 2016
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MOTUL 

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Thursday to Sunday, October 27-30
Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire
dirtbikeshow.co.uk
EXCITEMENT is growing in the off-road world and that can mean only one thing… the International Dirt Bike Show in partnership with MOTUL is nearly here.
There’s a little less than two months to go until the must-attend showpiece takes place at Warwickshire’s Stoneleigh Park and once again the major manufacturers will gather at Europe’s biggest off-road indoor event to showcase their latest ranges.

The most recognisable names in the scene will come together with a staggering number of bikes covering virtually every off-road discipline on display and for sale, including 2017 models for motocross, trials and enduro.

Among the big-hitters to be gracing the venue this year, Honda, Husqvarna, KTM, Suzuki and Yamaha will pack production machines into the venue, alongside other examples from Beta, Bultaco, Fantic, Gas Gas, JotaGas, Mecatecno, Rieju, Sherco and Vertigo.
Bikes aren’t the only attraction though, as over in the retail hall you can expect to see kit, accessories, clothing and much more besides on offer from distributors, along with outlets offering the latest 2016 goods for superb prices.

With the show taking place in late October, it’s the perfect time to stock up ahead of a new year of riding, or get your hands on a few perfect Christmas presents for your nearest and dearest.

And the show isn’t all about getting you to part with your hard-earned either. There’s plenty to get involved with and watch, including visitor favourites such as the Minibike Supercross, on-stage entertainment, have-a-go electric trials, trials demonstrations with Dougie Lampkin, Danny Butler’s Extreme Mountain Bike Show and the amazing Wall of Death. The younger members of the family are looked after too with a dedicated Electric Trials area for kids, Quads, radio controlled motorcycle racing and Strider balance bikes.
Plus, from rider interviews to award presentations, the Hall 2 stage is a hub of activity and many of your favourite stars will appear throughout the show’s four days.
TICKETS
There are real savings to be made by buying in advance! Admission for Friday-Sunday is just £13 per adult when bought before the advance ticket deadline 11.59pm on Monday, October 24. The same ticket for DISCOUNT THURSDAY costs just £8. With so much going on at one venue for such a low price, it’s easy to see why this is a must-not-miss for thousands of dirt biking fans.
DISCOUNT THURSDAY       FRIDAY-SUNDAYAdult                                      £8                                        £13

Child (11-15)                           £8                                        £8

Senior                                    £8                                        £8

Family                                    £24                                      £30
(two adults/two children)
To buy tickets follow the links from dirtbikeshow.co.uk or call 01507 529529

 

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