DBR

(redirected from Dirt Bike Racing)
AcronymDefinition
DBRDOS (Disk Operating System) Boot Record
DBRDistributed Bragg Reflector
DBRDaily Business Review
DBRDuke Basketball Report (fan site)
DBRDesign-Based Research (education)
DBRDepartment of Business Regulation (various locations)
DBRDrum-Buffer-Rope
DBRDavis Brown Racing
DBRD-Bracket
DBRDual Beam Recorder
DBRDos Boot Record
DBRDirt Bike Racing
DBRDowel Bar Retrofit (highway pavements)
DBRDragon Boat Race
DBRDual Band Radar
DBRDecibel (reference value)
DBRDatabase Backup and Recovery
DBRDrinker Biddle Reath (Philadelphia, PA)
DBRDeterministic Bit Rate
DBRDoing Business Right (various locations)
DBRDavid Binder Research (San Francisco, CA)
DBRData Buffer Register
DBRDisclosure-Based Regulation (focused on the quality of information disclosed by issuers)
DBRDebt Burden Ratio (finance)
DBRDeath, Burial, Ressurection
DBRDestroy Before Reading (fictitious security clearance level)
DBRDual-Behavior Resonator
DBRDatabase Reorganization
DBRDetail Billing Record
DBRDesign Basis Report
DBRData Bus Recorder
DBRData-oriented Belief Revision
DBRDamage Beyond Repair
DBRDesign Basis Reconstitution
DBRDynamic Bandwidth Report
DBRDetailed Business Requirements
DBRDogan Burda Rizzoli Printing Corporation
DBRDiabetic Background Retinopathy (ophthalmological malady)
DBRDatabase Reconciliation
DBRDesignated Backup Router (Computer Networking)
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Appearing on February 2, the show promises a mix of all-action indoor dirt bike racing and gravity-defying freestyle motocross.
High Rope activity, world's largest All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) - Polaris Ranger 800 cc, India's first permanent public track for Dirt Bike racing, Night Rappelling and Zorbing - India's longest permanent natural turf incline .
Motocross Gears Market -- Massive Fan Base for the Sport Continue to Support Market Growth Dirt bike racing is one of the most exciting sport in North America & Europe.
Motocross -- defined as dirt bike racing on an off-road circuit -- is a seriously demanding sport, Marshall said.