‘Dirt Quake is Sideburn magazine's Day at the Races,' says Dan Walsh, Their ‘Go Fast, Turn Left' celebration of the can be arsed. Their ‘It aint what you ride, it's the way you ride it' manifesto featuring three democratic, open to all comers classes for street trackers, inappropriate road bikes and, hell yeah, choppers.'
Dirt Quake mixes the top and bottom dirt track racing, peculiarly British cabaret, bike culture and music in a way that has never been seen in Europe.
Live music + Stunt rider + Top level flat track racing + Dealer booths + A motorised pie
Saturday 8 June, 2013
Dirt track racing from midday; Dirt Quake craziness from 5pm
Bar closes at 11pm
Pre-Order a ticket and be entered into a draw to win one full set of Sideburn magazines, issue 1-13.
Plus, every pre-sold ticket gets free DQ II stickers. The tickets will be sent out the week before the event. If you order tickets with any other items, the other stuff will be sent out separately, first.
Under-16s are £5 (pay on the day). Under-10s are free with an adult.
There are three race classes: Inappropriate road bike; Street tracker; Chopper. Entry fees are £25. Everyone without an MCF race licence will need a day licence (costing £10). The classes are the same as last year.
Bike must be road legal, with lights (taped up) and registration plate. No enduro bikes, no supermotos, single cylinder trailies aren’t inappropriate. Big, 750cc-plus adventure bikes are, though. Any doubts email us.
Road-legal street tracker or street scrambler (subject to approval by us). Registration plate and working tail light. Any tyres. This is not a class for race bikes. They can enter the DTRA’s novice class, running on the same day, if they comply to the tech rules.
It’s got to be a chopper, bobber or custom, baby. Doesn’t have to be road legal, but must look like a chopper. Hardtails and softtails accepted. Stock looking factory customs should be in Inappropriate Road Bike class.
For all rules and regs go to: http://sideburnmag.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/dirt-quake-entry-news.html.
There are hotels and B&Bs in nearby King’s Lynn including Premier Inn and Ramada chain hotels, plus dozens of independents.
Yes. A small extra fee. Right next to the stadium. Bring a sleeping mat. More details to follow.
We're going to have a one-lap kid’s bicycle race. Bring a kid and a bike and a helmet. 12 and unders only. One lap of the racetrack. Just for fun.
The good people at Old Empire Motorcycles have organised a pre-party a few minutes drive from the track on the Friday night.
The idea is to make more of a weekend for those travelling a long distance. We'll have a DJ, a barbecue, there's a bar as well. This is a proper campsite and there will be other campers there, so it's not a lairy night.
The camping is being taken care of by the owners of the site, so to book your pitch, call 01945 430167 and quote 'Dirt Quake'.
If you don't want to camp, you're still welcome.
The Norfolk Arena is in the Saddlebow industrial area, on the outskirts of King’s Lynn that is signposted off the A47.
The postcode of the arena is PE34 3AG
Stansted Airport: 75,
East Midlands Airport: 89,
Dover Ferry Port: 170,
Channel Tunnel: 160,
Harwich Ferry Port: 100.
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