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British Youth National Championship - 9 October 2017
Judd Racing announced as title sponsors of the ACU British Youth Motocross Championship
RHL Activities is pleased to announce that Judd Racing will become the title sponsor of the official ACU British Youth Motocross Championship for 2018.
Judd Racing is the leading youth motocross parts specialists in the UK. The company, which was incorporated in 2011, has grown to be the largest stockist of aftermarket KTM/Husqvarna 50, 65, 85 and 125 parts in Europe, with over 30,000 youth mx parts in stock across numerous motorcycle brands.
Judd Racing’s fast, efficient despatch and low prices ensures their staff of eight dedicated enthusiasts are busy servicing orders from around the globe and they operate from their bespoke warehouse, showroom and specially designed offices in Nottingham, UK. As a British based youth motocross company, their goals and target audience is synonymous as that of the ACU British Youth Motocross Championship, making this an ideal partnership, as they put something back into the grass roots of the sport while supporting the future stars of off-road in Britain.
RHL Activities and Judd Racing are continuing their conversations going into the new season and there are plans afoot with the youth motocross parts specialist in anticipation of the six round junior championship next year. The ACU British Youth Motocross Championship will offer a wider range of classes for the best youngsters across the UK in 2018, from the Auto class to the under 21’s in a series that’s designed to pave the way to European and World Championship competition as well as the pro adult ranks.
Michele Arnold, Director of Judd Racing commented, “We are delighted that Judd Racing is the new title sponsor of the British Youth Motocross Championship. As you know, Judd Racing is the youth parts specialist in the UK, so for us it's a perfect fit. It gives us the opportunity to support the youth in the motocross industry, which is what we've always tried to do. The association with RHL Activities was of particular interest to us for a number of reasons, primarily because the Championship holds the official British titles for youth riders. Plus the introduction of the Auto class in 2018 means that the Judd Racing British Youth Motocross Championship will offer a complete line-up of categories; amalgamating all youth classes under one roof. We are very excited, and with all the new changes that are in the pipeline, we can't wait to get the series underway!”
Gareth Hockey, Director of RHL Activities which is the company behind the British Youth Motocross Championship commented, “It’s really fantastic to have reached an agreement with Judd Racing for the ACU British Youth Motocross Championship. Judd Racing has one of the biggest stocks of parts in Europe for 50cc, 65cc and 85cc bikes and specialise in KTM and Husqvarna. It’s a perfect fit for us and for them, as they are putting something back into the very grass roots of the sport. Conversations are still on-going on the exact plans, but we are proud to have Judd Racing as title sponsor of the series and I look forward to getting the 2018 season underway.”
For more information on the 2018 Judd Racing British Youth Motocross Championship head to www.rhlactivities.com
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