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Dirt Bike Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Kick up some dust and get ready for an exhilarating ride with these 20 dirt bike coloring pages, all free for you to download and print! If you are stuck inside on a rainy day or looking for an adrenaline-themed craft activity that boys and girls will love, these pages are sure to provide tons of fun!

Included in this collection, you’ll discover many scenes depicting iconic dirt bike brands like Honda CRF, Yamaha YZ, and KTM SX. Not just the bikes, but we’ve also sketched out some adrenaline-pumping stunts like backflips, whips, and even the daring ‘holy grab,’ to name a few!

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To start coloring in any of these pictures, you can click any of the below images or links, which will open the PDF file on a new page. Once opened, you can then download and print as many times as you like!

All these PDF coloring pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Dirt Bike Coloring Pages

Dirt bikes are a big hit with many youngsters, regardless of their age.

Here are some enjoyable, affordable dirt bike-themed crafts to do with those finished coloring pages.

1. Make a Fancy “Ride” Sign

“Ride” is the number one slogan of dirt bike fans everywhere, so let your youngster make a great sign featuring this word.

Trace and cut out the letters and glue them to a piece of poster board. 

Then, when the coloring page is finished, the dirtbike should be carefully cut out and glued across the letters in the center.

The letters will be big enough so that the dirt bike does not obscure them but still looks sort of like a silhouette superimposed over the top. Hang this great sign anywhere.

2. Design a Dirtbike Pinwheel

To make this crazy pinwheel, have the youngster color 5-7 dirt bike pages and carefully cut the bikes out when finished.

The back wheels of the cutouts should be stacked one on top of each other and connected with a paper fastener.

When fanned back out, it will create a perfect pinwheel to attach to a long craft stick or wooden knitting needle!

3. Daredevil Dirt Bike

Begin this craft by having the youngster finish a coloring page that features a dirtbike and a daredevil! One where the character is doing a handstand on the seat is perfect.

When finished, the back wheel should be reinforced with a circle of thick cardboard and a small craft stick attached with some craft glue.

Use a small piece of ordinary styrofoam to anchor the cutout and surround it with a circular strip of colored poster board.

This makes it look as if the daredevil is performing inside an arena!

4. Make a Happy Birthday Mug

For this craft, use an ordinary travel mug, tumbler, or coffee mug. Have the youngster color the selected page and carefully cut out the dirt bike.

Using invisible glue or rubber cement, it should be glued to the mug’s surface. Underneath, write the child’s name with paint or a calligraphy marker.

On top, write “Happy Birthday” with bright puffy paint. Seal the work in with a coat of acrylic spray, and your youngster has a personalized happy birthday cup.

5. Design Original String Art

For easy, fun string art, give your youngster a coloring page that features two full wheels.

Once it’s colored, add small pins to the wheels, and give your youngster thread in several different colors.

Let the child wrap the string back and forth in any pattern he or she desires. This craft is entertaining but also helps the child build fine motor skills!

6. Make a Dirt Bike Come to Life

For this hilarious craft, have the youngster finish a dirt bike coloring page in bright, unusual colors.

Next, let the child add wiggle eyes to the center of both wheels, adding tiny red pom-poms for noses and pipe cleaners to create smiles.

A text bubble can be drawn to make the wheels “talk,” saying any funny thing the child desires.

Frame this comical coloring page and display it anywhere.

7. Dangerous Roads Ahead

Youngsters will like this exciting craft, and it begins with cutting a simple, large square from a yellow piece of poster board.

This should be turned so that one of the points faces down, sort of like a hazard sign is positioned on highways.

Once the dirtbike is colored and cut from the page, it should be glued to the center of the yellow cutout. 

With black marker or craft paint, the child can write “Dangerous Roads Ahead” for a terrific novelty sign.

8. Designer Handlebar Ornaments

Use dirt bike coloring pages to make great handlebar ornaments for your child’s dirt bike. Let the youngster color two dirt bikes. They can be the same or different.

The dirt bikes can then be cut out and sealed in contact paper. Use a hole punch to make holes at the top of each one to attach them to the handlebars.

To make them extra fancy, add tassels at the end, made from craft fabric. 

Beads strung onto a piece of yarn work well for this too. Your youngster will love these fancy handlebar ornaments.

9. Dirt Bike Adrenaline

All youngsters will enjoy this unique craft. Give each child a blank piece of white paper, and help them to create a simple “EKG” line with a black marker.

It does not have to look exactly like a traditional EKG. The meaning will be clear!

Once the dirtbike is colored and cut from the page, it should be glued to the center of the paper.

The youngster can write a fun saying such as “I Love Adrenaline Sports!” or anything that coincides with this great theme. Hang this original poster anywhere.

10. Dirt Bike on the Edge

For this original craft, make a ramp-shaped structure by cutting the sides from a shoebox and pushing the middle down.

Next, have the youngster color his or her favorite dirtbike page and glue it to thin cardboard.

Using simple scotch tape, position the back wheel at the edge of the ramp and secure it with tape.

It will look just like the dirtbike is about to fly off the edge and do a trick in the air!

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