KTM and CCM are the latest major off-road manufacturers to pledge their allegiance to the 2011 International Dirt Bike Show and the show organisers also report that retail space is selling out fast as the actual total retail sales area has reduced slightly this year to make room for new features.

A major force on the world motocross stage and the leading light in the UK motocross and enduro markets, KTM will again join forces at Stoneleigh with its racing stable-mate Husaberg to create a substantial exhibit with factory race bikes and quads lining up alongside production machines. And of course show-goers can also expect to see a traditional and quirky array of orange accessories.

CCM’s MX1 campaigner Stephen Sword, together with multi-championship winning team boss Dave Thorpe, was on hand to meet fans throughout the duration of last year’s International Dirt Bike Show. The team is currently running in the top five of the British MX1 championship and plans are afoot for the British-based operation to again command a substantial presence at Stoneleigh this November.


While maintaining the core identity of the show as a great place for families and friends to meet up, grab an autograph or two and feast their eyes upon the latest off-road machinery, clothing, accessories and must-have gadgets, the International Dirt Bike Show organisers have a host of new features and offers in the pipeline for the 2011 off-road exhibition that will make it the place to be for the ever-enthusiastic off-road family this November.

The International Dirt Bike Show 2011 – Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire. November 3rd to 6th 2011.
Show enquiries: T. 0844 800 6481. E: info@dirtbikeshow.co.uk  www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk