SUPER SHOW SATURDAY
November 3 2013.


The International Dirt Bike Show certainly grabbed the holeshot yesterday with a tremendous start to the weekend. Fans of all forms of off-road disciplines stood in line waiting for the Show gate to drop and weren’t disappointed when it did.


Having made their way into the Show halls they quickly peeled off to their specific areas of interest, whether that was to drool over the latest bling-clad factory race machinery, or to try out for size something more budget-friendly. They were then faced with many more choices, like checking out the new 2014 season gear before heading into the retail hall to part with their hard-earned cash, taking a trip to the Live Arena and Activity Zone, grabbing a front-row seat opposite one of the interactive stages to witness fun, games and slightly more laid-back seminars, or cheering on the mighty mini-bike competitors in the Fro Systems UK Superlites qualifying and main finals. Whatever their choice, the positive feedback indicates that the new Show owner, Mortons Media Group, pitched its organisation of the 2013 event just about right, providing something to entertain the whole family.

For any motocross, trials, trail, enduro, adventure, leisure or minibike enthusiasts still undecided about whether or not to visit the largest and best dedicated off-road show in Europe, a new video on the Multimedia page of the Show’s website at www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk could well help with making that decision. Filmed by RPM Action Sports, it gives a three-minute overview of what you could be missing out on.

The Show reopened at 9.30am toay, Sunday the 3rd of November.

Ticket holders are advised to head for the left-hand sign-posted fast-track lane to avoid queuing, a member of staff will be on hand on the concourse to help out. Admission is also available on the door.

For the latest information, all-new Show videos and timetable updates visit www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk where you can also download the must-have Show App.