THE BIKE SHOW RIDES ON TO NEW TURF
The Bike Show 2005 â€“ the UK’s biggest & coolest bike show is about to drop in to a new location!
The show, now in it’s 10th year, will celebrate its anniversary by skidding into a monumental new venue - Stoneleigh Park, Coventry. It offers both indoor AND outdoor space for competitors, exhibitors and visitors from April 1st â€“ 3rd 2005.
What’s more â€“ the King of Street event will be back by popular demand, giving BMX fans something to call their own! The thrilling event incorporates Vert, Street and Braun Flatland. More space, more features, more riders, more visitors and more sponsors â€“ the move is destined to be a success!
â€œThe feedback we’ve had so far has been incredibly positive,â€? explains Ayesha Daly, Event Presenter of The Bike Show 2005. â€œWe now have over one million square metres of indoor and outdoor space to play with. We’ve got two indoor venues PLUS a new stand-alone building for the Streetcourse and Braun Flatland, covering 11,803 square metresâ€?.The new venue has attracted some of the world’s best riders. The roster of talent includes X Games and Gravity Games legend Ryan Nyquist, closely followed by Stevie McCann, Benjamin Shenker, Tobias Wicke, Ben Wallace, Ben Hennon, Senat Grosic, Eduardo Terroros, Achim Kajawski, Martti Kuoppa and Gary Young, Stephen Murray, Ryan Guettler, Cory Nastazio, Alistair Whitton of the Vans Team. Not forgetting the best vert rider in the world Jamie Bestwick, who’ll be battling it out against fellow Brit Simon Tabron for top spot.
A brand new design and the inclusion of the Braun Spine Ramp will make the street course really special this year. One of the most innovative and exciting features in any streetcourse, the Braun Spine ramp will add a new dimension to King of Street. The Red Bull 15m Kingsize II Vert Ramp, one of the best ramps in the world, will also be at Bike ’05. With competitions all day every day from THE best riders in the world, watch out for the hottest vert comp all year.
For high speed BMX action â€“ check out the Boost No Clips Race, taking place over all three days of the show on the 4X Track. Check out Kelvin Batey, three times world champion Dylan Clayton, and Alex Dick The Bike Show’s first ever winner.
Confirmed exhibitors include Haro, Vans, GT, Eastern, Odyssey, Blank, Ruption, Redline, and many more.
For just an extra Â£5 you can pick yourself up a AAA pass. This will guarantee you a seat (everyone else is standing room only) in the 4X and Dirt Jumping Arena, and let you visit as many performances of the 4x racing as you wish. It will also include a number of special show offers from top exhibitors, and a souvenir showguide and lanyard.
Tickets: Â£14 in advance, Â£16 on the door.
Ticket Hotline Number: 0870 145 2244
For further information contact
Alison Austin/Leo Sandino-Taylor