Five time indoor and seven time outdoor World Trials Champion Dougie Lampkin and five times British trials champion Graham Jarvis are the latest British stars to confirm for first-ever UK Indoor Enduro World Cup event at the Sheffield Arena on October 31.
When the gate drops at Sheffield for the first round of this year's World Championship Jarvis and Lampkin will both be in the hunt for World and British Indoor Enduro championships.
Lampkin presently recovering from a hand injury which he sustained whilst competing in the British Trials Championship, is looking forward to getting back into action soon and showing another side of his two wheel talents to the British fans.
While the fans will be enjoying the warm, dry comforts of the Sheffield Arena, the riders will making a splash and getting wet as one of the features of the David Knight designed course will include a water dip.
Both Lampkin and Jarvis have previously competed in European rounds of the Indoor Enduro World Cup with impressive top finishes last year.
Former series champion David Knight and the Lampkin/Jarvis duo could give Polish wildman Taddy Blazusiak, who recently won the Las Vegas Endurocross, a run for his money. Blazusiak also has roots in trials before becoming an Enduro star.
Other top riders include: Spain's Ivan Cervantes, the defending series champion, and French ace Antoine Meo.
Pomoters Future West announced the addition of three ACU British Indoor Enduro Championship classes to the evening schedule:
British Pro Open - open to professional and expert ACU licence holders
Clubman Open - for non pro and non expert ACU licence holders
Youth - open to Youth ACU licence holders.
To be part of UK motorcycle history call the Sheffield Arena box office now on 0114 256 5656. For more in on Future West events visit www.fwsx.com