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Make a date for your diaries: Thurs­day 31st Oc­to­ber to Sun­day 3rd Novem­ber 2013, Stoneleigh Park, War­wick­shire. The In­ter­na­tional Dirt Bike Show is on tar­get to pro­vide off-road fans with an­other great Show to re­mem­ber.

The or­gan­is­ers have a whole host of new ideas and at­trac­tions in place and well over 100 dif­fer­ent com­pa­nies and brands have al­ready com­mit­ted to the an­nual event.

A sig­nif­i­cant fea­ture this year will be a ded­i­cated Tri­als Zone in hall three, where Gas Gas, Beta, Sherco, Oset and Me­cate­cno will be hop­ing to clean up with a dis­play of their lat­est ma­chines and ac­ces­sories.

A demo area will see ‘trick kids’ from Oset show­ing vis­i­tors just how it’s done and else­where in the Show halls, young­sters can get a taste for rid­ing an Oset in the ‘have-a-go’ area.

An ac­tion-packed live arena will see Steve Col­ley, for­mer three-time Bri­tish solo tri­als champ and a four-time Scot­tish Six Days Trial win­ner, keep crowds en­ter­tained with his pop­u­lar tri­als bike stunt show.

Steve will be show­cas­ing the new 2014 300cc Gas Gas bikes, kick­ing off on the floor with wheel­ies, stop­pies, donuts and 180 de­gree flip turns be­fore pro­gress­ing to ramps, pyra­mids, Sprinter van hop­ping and a box trailer seven foot ver­ti­cal stepup and cli­max­ing with his unique mono bike rou­tine where he’ll fly around the arena on a bike with­out the front wheel.

Tra­di­tional Show vis­i­tor favourites are also catered for with a packed re­tail hall, ex­ten­sive dis­plays of the lat­est kit and ac­ces­sories, clubs and as­so­ci­a­tions, on­stage en­ter­tain­ment, per­son­al­i­ties and far more.

The Show’s ad­vance ticket book­ing of­fice is now open for busi­ness and huge sav­ings can be made by buy­ing in ad­vance. Thanks to its tremen­dous suc­cess in pre­vi­ous years, half-price Thurs­day for adults is back again in 2013. This means an adult buy­ing a ticket in ad­vance can gain en­try for just £6 or the on-the-door price for the Thurs­day will be just £7.50. Chil­dren aged ten and un­der go free, so a fam­ily of four with two young­sters aged ten and un­der, vis­it­ing on the Show’s open­ing day, Thurs­day 31st of Oc­to­ber, could en­joy a whole day of off-road fun for just £12. Park­ing is free, as is the sou­venir Show Guide.

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