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British Youth Championship - 26 February 2020
Team Feature - Judd Orange Brigade
We are on the countdown to the opening round of the 2020 Judd KTM British Youth Championship at Little Silver, Exeter on March 14th & 15th. This year we are joined once again by a number of youth motocross teams, which we will be doing a feature on pre season and throughout the year.
First up is the Official KTM Factory Youth Team for the UK, the Judd Orange Brigade team.
Judd Orange Brigade are Judd Racing and KTM UK's very own youth motocross team comprising some of the top motocross riders in the UK. Ten riders in total made up the 2019 team who competed in a range of race categories from 50's, 65's, 85's, 125's and 250's.
The team was formed in 2015 under the initial name of 'Team Judd Racing' due to demand for a professional youth motocross team to challenge for honours in the major national, european and world motocross championships. The success and professionalism of the team meant that KTM UK partnered with Judd Racing to create the Official KTM UK Factory Youth MX Team in 2018, resulting in 4 British Youth Championship titles that year.
The 2020 team consists of:
Harry Dale - Auto
Riley-Ray Barrow - Auto
Robbie Daly - 65cc
Archie Britton - 65cc
Zane Stephens - 65cc
Freddie Gardiner - Small Wheel 85cc
Will Haddock - Small Wheel 85cc
McKenzie Marshall - Big Wheel 85cc
Ben Mustoe - Big Wheel 85cc
Bailey Johnston - Big Wheel 85cc
Preston Williams - 125cc
Louie Kessell - 125cc
19 October 2020
RHL become the promoters of the ACU Adult British Motocross Championship
Exciting news for British Motocross with RHL Activities becoming the promoters of the ACU Adult British Motocross Championship for 2021. Read the full statement here.
4 September 2020
Weston Beach Race postponed to the 1st ,2nd ,3rd Oct 2021
The Weston Beach Race which has been held in Weston-super-Mare for 37 years, was due to take place between Friday 8th October and Sunday 11th October.
RHL Activities, the organisers behind the event have worked closely with North Somerset Council to host the event, with major investment in additional infrastructure and services to comply with COVID guidelines, unfortunately despite all the organisers efforts and working with the National Outdoor Events Association (NOEA) and the Council, North Somerset Council has reluctantly now had to made the difficult decision to postpone the event, under the current pandemic we are all in and the need to protect residents and visitors against spread of the virus.