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Dirt Bike Show 2013
- Updated: August 28, 2013
With just under ten weeks to go until the 2013 International Dirt Bike Show doors open to the public, the Show’s advance ticket booking office is now open for business.
Huge savings can be made by buying in advance and, thanks to its tremendous success, 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 the 31st of October, could enjoy a whole day of off-road fun for just £12. Parking is free, as is the souvenir Show Guide.
As in previous years, the tickets are also modestly priced for the Friday and over the weekend of the Show too. Ticket prices are £12 in advance and £15 on-the-door for adults; £6 in advance and £7.50 on-the-door for children aged 11 and over and also for senior citizens; £10 on-the-door for students. Families travelling together can make further savings with tickets priced at just £30 in advance for two adults and two children aged 11 to 15, or £40 on the door.
Staying with the value-for-money theme, there will be plenty on offer for the whole family in terms of free-of-charge activities, with a variety of machine types for children to try out. Not one, but two stages will keep crowds entertained with big-personality interviews, competitions, seminars and more. The hugely-popular Extreme Mountain Bike Show will return to wow the crowd with a new stage show, and Flat Track Racing expert Steve Colley will demonstrate how to use body position, braking and throttle control to get low and slide into turns.
There is much to see and do for off-road enthusiasts of all ages at this year’s International Dirt Bike Show. As new attractions and features are confirmed, they’ll be posted to the Show’s website at www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk
Tickets are on sale now and can be obtained by calling 0844 338 8000, or via the box office link on www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk