British Youth Championship - 15 March 2019

2019 Social Media Awards for the Judd KTM British Youth Championship



For 2019 RHL Activities, the promoters of the Judd KTM British Youth Championship (The Official ACU British Youth Motocross Championship) have introduced Social Media Awards for riders competing in the championship. There are three categories for the awards: Facebook, Instagram and Video editing.

These awards have been created to recognise the promotional efforts of young riders as they step on the racing ladder to a professional career in the industry. RHL Activities would like to encourage development in all areas of rider development, and marketing is certainly a key point when it comes to off-road.
Below there is more information on the Social Media Awards and the requirements for the competition:

‘Most Active on Facebook & Instagram’

To be put forward for the Most Active on Facebook or Instagram Award you must show a strong commitment to regular posting of quality content on Facebook or Instagram about the Judd KTM British Youth Championship.

To be shortlisted you must have posted a minimum of 12 posts of either images or videos throughout the season, have a minimum of 100 followers and tag the British Youth Championship and use Hashtag #juddktmbyc in your posts. 

We are looking for:
- Posts that offer opinion on tracks and races you're at
- Posts that tell the story of your races
- Posts that show you're aware of the products you're using and showcasing your sponsors if you have any
- Posts that show you riding and looking cool
- Engaging Stories
- Engaging Videos
- What you do away from the bike racing to prepare for an event
Please contact us if you would like to be considered for this award at the end of the season.


Best Championship Video Edit

To be put forward for the Best Video from the 2019 season you must provide a video no longer than 4 minutes long about your 2019 season in the Judd KTM British Youth Championship.

We are looking for creativity, showing your experience as a British Championship rider and why others should get involved in the UK's Official ACU British Youth Motocross Championship.

Entries for the video competition open on Monday 9th September and close on Friday 27th September and the winning video will be showcased at the Weston Beach Race and shared across all RHL social media channels and websites.
Entries are to be submitted to:

Please note the video filming/editing must be done by the rider and not with any support or help from others and video editing companies. T&Cs apply. The judge’s decision is final. One submission is allowed per rider. Entrants agree for their material to be utilised by RHL.

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