December 22 2015.

The all-new, action-packed 2016 Monster Energy Arenacross Tour, powered by Ford Ranger, makes a powerful return to the UK when it kick-starts its eleven-round series at 7pm on Saturday the 2nd of January at the Manchester Arena.

Arenacross is a high point at an otherwise quiet time of year in terms of motorcycle sport. It will be fuelled with full-on racing from top-level, manufacturer-supported professional teams. American supercross hotshots will take to the circuit in an endeavour to lay claim to the highly-prized Arenacross crown, but all three former Arenacross   Pro champions; Frenchmen Thomas Ramette (2015) and Fabien Izoird (2014), together with 2013 winner British-born Adam Chatfield, will be out to stop them. It’s set to be an epic series.

Such is the impact of the series that it has attracted major headline sponsors in the form of Monster Energy and Ford Ranger, with new partners TomTom and WD-40 on board for 2016.

Away from the racing, the crammed Arenacross Tour programme will include radical Freestyle MX, where the giants of the FMX world will showcase their breath-taking skills some forty foot above the track.

Motorcycle Trader has a pair of adult tickets per round up for grabs to members of the trade and industry who are interested in checking out the action and getting on board with the Arenacross Tour. Simply email with your name, company, contact details and which round you’d like to attend. The first name drawn at random, per round, will win a pair of tickets. Closing date is Wednesday the 23rd of December 2015.

Tour Dates
January 2nd –  Manchester Arena
January 9th –   Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena
January 10th – Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena
January 15th – Belfast SSE Arena
January 16th – Belfast SSE Arena
January 23rd – Birmingham Genting Arena
January 24th – Birmingham Genting Arena
January 30th – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
January 31st – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
February 13th – Sheffield Arena
February 27th – London SSE Wembley Arena

Tickets are on sale now via Individual ticket prices start from £10.00 for children and £19.00 for adults, with a ticket for a family of four from just £49.