October 14 2013.

Just under three weeks to go until the doors open for the 14th International Dirt Bike Show to be held at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire and for those looking to buy or pick up a Showtime bargain then hall one is the place to aim for.

Here the retail hall promises to be packed with a vast range of trick bits and bargains for all forms of off-road sport and covering head to foot, wheel to wheel, bench to van, and everything in between. Trackside products are catered for too; with long-term Show supporter Surf & Turf proving that even a small budget can get you noticed.

The final spaces in the display-only hall two are also packed with plenty of new and interesting exhibits to keep visitors occupied, and the always active, interesting and entertaining main stage programme is also falling into place.

But it is in hall three that regular Show visitors will see a noticeable a difference. New-for-2013 feature is the introduction of an additional stage, plus a whole host of new features, stands and attractions.

This third hall at the Show will offer the discerning off-road enthusiast something a little different and, at times, provide the chance to take a welcome break from the non-stop action and adrenaline-charged pace of the other halls. Whilst this hall will still have plenty going on, the stage will have seating and refreshment facilities, and will be a platform for interesting and short talks and demonstrations about a range of topical subjects including tyre technology, suspension set-up and training tips for race fitness. Organisations such as the ACU, AMCA, BSMA, TRF and Offroad Motorsport UK (formerly known as YSMA) will give an overview of what they do, what they offer and why you should join them.

Elsewhere in this hall, there will be impressive displays from the disciplines of enduro, with TM, Sherco, GasGas, Beta and AJP plus a wide selection and sizes of adventure bikes. The modern end of the trials sector will be represented by GasGas, Beta, Sherco and Montesa, the green and electric side of trials will be promoted by Mecatecno and Oset, with Oset riders putting on daily demos. For many a trip down memory lane is an essential part of the International Dirt Bike Show experience and here, hall three is again the place to be with historic exhibits of trials bikes, National Twinshock, 40 years of Evo, Yamaha TY and the new ISDE/T centenary celebration - all housed under the one roof.

Show ticket competitions have now finished but visitors can still save money by buying in advance, or visiting on half-price Thursday, the 31st of October 2013.

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.

Tickets will remain on sale right up until midnight on Sunday 27th October but don’t leave it to chance. Call 0844 338 8000, or visit the Ticket Factory via the box office link on www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk