November 5 2010.

The International Dirt Bike Show at Stoneleigh Park continued to pack in the visitors today with all three halls buzzing and the live action, both inside and out, keeping the crowds entertained.

As off-road enthusiasts packed into the halls to check out the latest the industry has to offer, exhibitors from both trade and retail sectors have reported increased levels of business and interest. Indeed many were happy to confirm that it's been one of the best shows yet.

It was a case of last one standing in the Live Action Arena, with the freestyle team delighting the cheering and whooping fans. Meanwhile, outside the front of the main entrance, the mountain bike cycle trials guys amazed onlookers with their incredible pedal-powered stunts and antics.

In addition to all the latest 2011 model machines, products, clothing and accessories from leading manufacturers and suppliers, there is a full programme of entertainment planned for the rest of the weekend. With the Red Bull Pro Nationals championship presentations taking place tomorrow, 6th November, there's a high chance of bumping into a champion or two and compère Paul Malin will be chatting with some of the guys on the T&MX/DBR stage.

Out on the 4x4 track, the first-ever Dirt Bike Show Cup kicks off, running from 10am on Saturday and Sunday. The organiser has a full entry of youth riders and expects the action to be hot.

With so much to see and do inside and out, the International Dirt Bike Show is the place to be for all off-road riders and fans.

Doors reopen at 9.30am on Saturday 6th November and close at 5.00pm on Sunday 7th November.