September 27 2010 

The countdown is on for the 2010 International Dirt Bike Show.

With less than six weeks until the doors open for the 2010 International Dirt Bike Show, the big names from the off-road world are gearing up for the annual dirt bike fest at Stoneleigh Park near Coventry.

On the metal front, Husqvarna will unveil an all-new enduro and motocross version of its radically-designed 449 series. Incorporating the 450cc BMW-designed motor together with a host of aesthetic and technological advancements, the new Husky will line-up alongside its smaller stable-mate the TC250 which benefits from fuel-injection for 2011.

KTM has some exciting plans to display full factory race bikes alongside its production SX, EXC and XC model ranges. And, having just wrapped up both quad-cross and quad cross-country national titles with multi-champion Paul Winrow, the Austrian company will also have something pretty special on show for the many quad enthusiasts who visit the Show every year.

Rieju has been steadily building a reputation for quality and reliability with its range of Yamaha-powered enduro machines, and the Spanish manufacturer will make full use of this year's Show as a launch pad for its 2011 range spanning the 50cc to 450cc capacity classes.

Talon, Michelin, Putoline, Fly Clothing, Prox, Ipone, Smith Goggles, Pro Circuit, Acerbis, Alpinestars, Troy Lee Designs, DEP Exhausts, Renthal, Answer and MSR Clothing, EVS, Arai, Boyesen, Hebo, Hinson, Lightspeed, Polisport, UFO and Fro Systems, together with International heavyweights Fox Head Europe, One Industries Europe, Madison, O'Neal Europe and Leatt are amongst the many companies that are committed to this year's Show.

The International Dirt Bike Show is traditionally a family affair and so, in addition to the host of machines and kit on display within the exhibition halls, the organisers have a number of free-of-charge family-friendly features in place throughout the duration of the Show.

To the front of the entrance will be a kids quad riding facility, climbing wall and mountain bike stunt display and, once inside, the Show Guide will be provided at no cost, as will frequent bursts of entertainment on the stage in hall three.

Parking is free of charge, accompanied children aged six and under will be admitted free and a family of four purchasing an advanced ticket via www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk can enjoy a day out for just £30.

The 2010 International Dirt Bike Show is at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire from November 4th through to November 7th 2010. Visit www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk  

Show office: T. 0044 844 800 6481. E: info@dirtbikeshow.co.uk  W: www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk