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Dirt Bike Show 2013 Review

Last year's Dirt Bike Show fell on Halloween and with Morton's taking over organising the event they would be hoping for no scares. As ever the show was a success with 22,000 people attending across the four days. Round up video and photos can be seen on the Dirt Bike Show website to give you a taste of last year's show and get you excited for 2014!

For CTi, 2013 was an important year as it saw the launch of a new and improved brace. The lucky visitors to the Dirt Bike Show were the first people able to purchase the Off the Shelf version of the brace in the UK. The new braces are lower profile and more lightweight than previously and come with some improved features. The D-rings are now field serviceable and can easily be moved to fit inside or outside the frame. Redesigned hinges now provide more durability but with a lower profile and trimmable straps allow a greater level of control in fitting the brace. As always with Össur products new improvements haven't been put on hold. This year CTi has new MX accessories which will further enhance the protection provided by the brace.

    IMG 1087 225 x 300     IMG 1089 225 x 300   

     IMG 1096 225 x 300     IMG 1097 225 x 300    

As well as exhibiting the CTi brace the Dirt Bike Show is an excellent opportunity for us to catch up with the pro riders who choose CTi as an essential part of their riding gear. In 2013 we were able to celebrate the great success of #CTiTeamRiders in MX, Enduro, FMX and Speedway. We welcomed Kristian Whatley on stand following his triple victory in 2013. Newly crowned Enduro World Junior Champion Danny McCanney was able to drop by, as was long time CTi Riders Alex Snow and Lee Dunham. It was also good for some of the newer riders such as Ben & Nathan Watson and James Dunn to meet the CTi staff and make sure they had the best possible protection for the new season.

We look forward to introducing the new patella cup and gear guards at this year's show and welcoming everyone on stand for a coffee and a chat.