September 4 2015.

With a host of big headliners, new exhibitors, new model launches, and exciting products such as innovative battery-powered off-roaders, this year’s International Dirt Bike Show at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire from Thursday 29th October through to Sunday 1st November 2015, is set to be one of the biggest and most diverse yet!

From Spain, the Bultaco Brinco is the world’s first ‘Moto-Bike’ and it will get its premier UK unveiling at the Show. Staying with the Spanish theme and over to the world of trials, the Vertigo Combat will also get its UK exhibition debut and will be available for two-stroke fans to try out for size. Elsewhere on the electric front, Mecatecno will have its range of kids’ trials bikes on display and available to test, as will Electric Motion with its novice and intermediate selection and, for the more experienced rider, the KTM Freerider E is sure to be of interest.

The Show now has a full complement of manufacturers with the recent signings of Suzuki, TM and Fantic joining the exhibitors mentioned above, together with the majors from the worlds of motocross, enduro and trials; KTM, Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Husqvarna, Beta, Rieju and Sherco.

A healthy line-up of clothing, accessories, parts, tyre and oil distributors have signed up too and organiser Mortons Media will again continue its all-important support of the motorcycle trade by offering free trade-only tickets.

The registration process for free trade tickets is now open and will close on Wednesday 30th September 2015.

To apply, email with your full contact details, including names of up to two attendees, copy of company letterhead, registration or VAT number. The offer is limited to a pair of tickets per company address. Confirmation emails will be sent out during the second week of October advising applicants on how to gain admission.

If you miss the registration window, or wish to purchase additional tickets, there are real savings to be made by buying in advance. Adult admission is £8 in advance for the opening day, Thursday 29th October, or £13 for Friday through to Sunday. Those aged over 60, or between 11 and 15 can visit the Show on any day for just £8 with an advance ticket, and children aged 10 and under go free. There are no booking fees and parking is free and plentiful.

Advance tickets are on sale now and can be obtained by following the ON SALE NOW ticket link on or you can call Customer Services on 01507 529529.