May 10 2013.

Stand allocation for the 2013 International Dirt Bike Show is now well underway and new organiser, Mortons Media Group, reports that the majority of manufacturers have already signed up ahead of when floor space goes on general sale next Wednesday, 15th May.

The Show is a firm fixture on the off-road calendar in the UK and it has, during its 13-year tenure at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire, grown in status to become the largest dedicated off-road show in Europe. With a new and highly-motivated organising team behind this year's event, it is expected that it will grow even further, as extra features and activities are implemented.

Whilst exciting and fresh aspects will be introduced to the Show, established and popular areas such as the busy main hall, which houses the latest displays of new machines, clothing, parts and accessories, will remain. In a separate retail area, visitors can still purchase the latest must-have gear and gadgets and pick up a bargain or two in the process.

The heart of the Show is often the main stage in hall two, and TV commentator and journalist Jack Burnicle will return to oversee the action and interview the many racing heroes who grace the Stoneleigh Halls throughout the duration of the exhibition. Visitors can expect to see personalities from the disciplines of motocross, supercross, enduro, trials and other extreme off-road sports, with a number of stars from the world of tarmac racing in attendance too. It is early days in terms of commitment, but this year's event won't disappoint and the top names will once again return to meet their many fans.

Further good news is that the popular half-price Thursday will be retained for the 2013 Dirt Bike Show, along with several other incentives such as free parking, free show guide and free entry for children aged ten and under. More will be revealed on this front at a later date.

Mortons is no stranger to show organisation. It already has an ever-expanding portfolio of regional and specialist motorcycle shows, the biggest of which is the Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show, which is held towards the end of April each year at Stafford, and this year's event last month attracted over 32,000 visitors and some 800 exhibitors of various sizes. That wealth of experience will be applied to making the whole visitor experience at the International Dirt Bike Show one that simply cannot be missed.

The 2013 International Dirt Bike Show will open on Thursday 31st October and run through to Sunday 3rd November 2013.

Regular updates will be posted to the Show website at www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk and also on the Show's Facebook and Twitter pages.