November 6 2010

Pictured: Dirt Bike Show hall 2.

As the crowds continued to flock in to the International Dirt Bike Show at Stoneleigh Park today, the action increased with the British Youth Enduro Dirt Bike Show Cup taking place out in the woods, a short walk from the three main exhibition halls.

Closer to the Show itself, the action continued to the front of the main entrance where the mountain bike cycle trials riders amazed onlookers with their free-to-watch display of pedal-powered stunts and synchronised cycle-dancing. With the sun shining brightly, the kiddie quad circuit had youngsters queueing up, eager to have a go and the lap-of-Hawkstone Park motocross simulator was in full swing.

Back inside the exhibition centre, the action was fast-paced on the T&MX/DBR stage, where champions and future champions from the Red Bull and AMCA championships were rewarded for their hard racing efforts this year. Show-goers were also treated to star interviews, forums and competitions and a host of riders, including recently-crowned Enduro3 World Champion David Knight, gave their time to meet fans and sign autographs.

A different style of action was going on throughout the rest of the halls where the latest off-road machines, accessories and clothing sat side-by-side with all major organisations and clubs. Business was hot too in the retail section with tempting bargain buys of every description on offer to the thousands of visitors at Stoneleigh today.

The final day of the Show is tomorrow, Sunday November the 7th, when the doors open at 9.30am and close at 5pm,

The youth riders are out in the woods again tomorrow for the British Youth Enduro event, with racing starting at 10am.

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