The only show of its kind in Europe dedicated solely to all things off road boasts a wealth of exhibitions and trade stands to meet all enduro enthusiasts.
Set to be one of the best shows in recent years, all of the major manufactures are now confirmed to attend this year’s event. Honda, KTM, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Husaberg and Gas Gas will be joined by new-to-the UK Spanish trials manufacturer Jotagas and Italian enduro specialist HM Moto – both committing to Europe's largest off-road show.
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Jotagas, fronted by multi British trials champion Steve Saunders, will be hoping to have something of coup for the Show, as he has been promised the first-ever JTG two-stroke enduro bike, in both 250cc and 300cc versions. Jotagas will also display the 2013 model JT trials bike in its three capacities; 250cc, 280cc and 300cc in the trials section in hall three.
HM Moto UK, distributed by multi British enduro champion Derrick Edmondson, will be exhibiting at the International Dirt Bike Show for the first time this year.
HM Moto has an extensive range of fully road-legal enduro machines, as well as trail, kids and motocross bikes, and Derrick Edmondson is planning to have a good selection from the range on his stand in hall two. The HM CRE F X and R ranges will be represented by the 300 models, which are powered by 296cc engines and aimed at club level up to high-end expert level riders. Also on the stand will be a Locusta 200, which, says Edmondson, is a mild-mannered four-stroke trail bike. Lining up alongside it will be the HM Baja 125, which is a learner-legal four-stroke trail bike.
HM Moto UK will be there too...
On the 'green' front, HM Moto has two electric mini bikes catering for the two-to-five and five-to-ten age groups, and one of these will also make its International Dirt Bike Show debut this November.
Long-term show supporter Gas Gas will be a part of the biggest showing of trials machines at the International Dirt Bike Show for a good few years and on the Gas Gas stand you'll also find the latest 2013 EC enduro offerings.
Sherco UK importers, Malcolm Rathmell Sport, will have all the latest off-road models on display from the trials, enduro and also trail bike sectors.
The Enduro range, which is now well established throughout the world, comes in 250cc and 300cc 4T versions, with the hotly-awaited 2T available early in the New Year. Sherco has employed a top technical team to develop the new 2T, just as they did with the 4T version and interest in this bike is high!
Kawasaki Motors UK will have a stronger than ever presence at this year's Dirt Bike Show with a display of 2013 machinery. In hall two they will have a comprehensive cross section of KX motocross machinery as well as the evergreen KLX450R enduro bike, a mouth-watering display of race machinery from the 2012 season.
Kawasaki Motors UK's Ross Burridge: "It's our one chance a year to go large with our off-road teams and riders and we've pulled out all the stops this time. Inside and out, this year there will be a strong Kawasaki presence and something to interest all Team Green fans."
With a wide array of manufactures present to display their latest range of models along with countless trade stands offering the perfect bargain, the International Dirt Bike Show is the place to be this weekend.
Take a look at KTM's 2013 range...
As in previous years, the tickets are modestly priced and big savings can be made by buying in advance and, thanks to its tremendous success last year, the half price Thursday ticket offer will be repeated for the 2012 Show.
This means an adult buying a ticket in advance can gain entry for just £6, or the on-the-door price for the Thursday will be just £7.50. Children aged 10 and under go free so, a family of four with two youngsters aged ten and under, could enjoy a whole day of off-road fun for just £12. Parking is free too.
Ticket prices are £12 in advance and £15 on-the-door for adults; £6 in advance and £7.50 on-the-door for children aged 11 and over and also for senior citizens; £10 on-the-door for students. Families travelling together can make further savings with tickets priced at just £30 in advance for two adults and two children aged 11 to 15, or £40 on the door.
For more information visit: www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk