The UK’s best dirt bike mag’ is relaunched as DirtBike Rider goes on sale

Whether you're into motocross, supercross, enduro, or rally, all of your muddy two-wheeled bike sport is back as DirtBike Rider magazine is reborn


THE UK’s biggest and best dirt bike magazine has been relaunched for 2021, and the first issue of DirtBike Rider is available to buy right now.

As you’d expect, the magazine is a one-stop-shop for anyone who is into dirt bikes, with everything from trails (both domestic and international), enduro, motocross, supercross, and rally competitions all being covered by the UK’s best journalists.

In this month’s issue, there is obviously a big focus on the recently finished 2021 Dakar and also the inside line on TT Racer James Hillier's shock entry into the 2022 race.

It’s not just news and features included in the mag, there are competitions and giveaways too. This month there is a FREE Ultimate Motocross Hardcases supplement included, and the chance to win £250 to spend with Factory Image Racing.

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Here’s everything else in this month’s issue of DirtBike Rider

  • Cover story: Diamond Gajser - He’s a mere slip of a lad at 24 but already Tim Gajser is the mighty HRC’s biggest hitter
  • Massive 2021 Supercross preview – everything you need to know
  • Dean Wilson – He’s fast and he’s Scottish – and he’s also a genuine SX contender
  • Stevie Wonder – Steve Holcombe played a blinder in 2020, taking his sixth – and seventh – EWC crowns
  • World beaters – Break out your Union Flag shorts and pints of warm beer in honour of our Best of British world champions
  • Ben Watson is a young man with a big, big future – and a factory Yamaha MXGP ride
  • How do you solve a problem like Toni Bou? – As the firm favourite to make it 30 world trials titles this year, is Bou spoiling the sport?
  • Queen of clean – The best female trials rider of her generation, Emma Bristow goes for a straight-eight in 2021
  • Loony Dunes – Trading Tarmac for bottomless sand, TT star James Hillier lines up the 2022 Dakar Rally
  • I was there when… Georges Jobe jumped Andre Malherbe. Quite possibly the most iconic MX image ever captured – where were you on July 22, 1984?

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