The 2014 edition of Europe’s largest dedicated off-road exhibition will soon open its doors to the thousands of dirt-biking fans who flock to Stoneleigh Park each year and so now could be the right time to start thinking about the benefits of buying tickets in advance and saving a pound or two which of course, could be used to put towards your Show purchases.
For the majority of UK schools, the Show coincides with the autumn half-term, and, whilst other family events may increase admission costs year-on-year, the organiser of the International Dirt Bike Show has kept entrance fees to the same budget-friendly structure as before. This means a family trip to the Show won’t break the holiday budget.
Half-price Thursday for adults is back, and children aged 10 and under will be admitted free-of-charge. So couple this with free parking and free souvenir show guide, and a family of four – with youngsters under 10 – could actually have a full-on and fun day out for just £12 on the Show’s opening day. Even if you don’t have minors to take advantage of free entry, a family advance ticket for those aged 11 and over for Thursday the 30th of October will only cost £24 and for any other day, just £30.
Competitions are always a popular aspect of the Show and headlining the 2014 event is the chance to win a black edition Honda CRF450 in a free-to-enter prize draw. Just visit the Classic Dirt Bike stand in hall three, check out the goods and, if you’re over 16 years of age, complete an entry form. What’s more, if you buy your ticket in advance; you’ll automatically be entered!
Advance price On the door
Adult (16-59) £12.00 £15.00
Senior Citizen (60+) £6.00 £7.50
Child (11-15) £6.00 £7.50
Child (10 and under) Free Free
Family ticket (2 adults/2 children) £30.00 £40.00
Discount Thursday (adults) £6.00 £7.50
Discount Thursday (family 2 adults/2 children) £24.00 £30.00
Remember to visit www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk for Show updates and to download the indispensable Show App. Whilst there, ‘Like’ the Show on Facebook and follow its Twitter feed and you won’t miss a thing!