Promoto have published their plans for the 2007 Dirt Bike Show and they reveal exciting developments for Britain's Number One off road show, including a brand new Trials Village. The organisers have responded to research that highlights the strength of interest in trials as the most popular sport for show-goers after motocross and enduro, by creating a dedicated area for specialist motorcycle and accessory manufacturers in Hall Two, alongside all of the major bike brands.
Now in its eighth year, the Dirt Bike Show has bucked the trend of other motorcycle exhibitions, which have generally seen a sharp decline in attendance, with an average annual increase of 10% in visitor numbers every year since it opened at Stoneleigh-Park in 2000. Promoto believe that this is due not only to consistent support from all of the major brands in the off road world but also due to the passion and enthusiasm of British off-road riders.
Direct entrances to both Halls One and Two have been retained for 2007 in order to cope with visitor numbers over the weekends. The Live Action Arena has been phenomenally successful, entertaining thousands of visitors over the course of the Show, and so Promoto have created a separate entrance and exit for this year and added a coffee bar and seating area so that spectators can wait in comfort.
Promoto have taken care to retain the most successful elements of the Show, so the semi-permanent Hall 3 continues as the Retail Zone and the Live Stage will again provide a pulsing beat in Hall Two, with a mix of fashion shows, celebrity interviews and competitions.
The 2007 Dirt Bike Show will run at Stoneleigh Park from Thursday 6th - Sunday 9th December. Copies of the Floor Plan may be downloaded from the Show web site.
For more information visit www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk.