Insight: 24MX Support BYC

24MX step up support of BYC

RHL Activities are pleased to announce that 24MX are excited to announce their involvement in the upcoming 2019 British Youth Championship. Not only will the biggest e-commerce site in Europe add to the infrastructure that RHL provide, they will also give back to riders in specific classes after each round and ensure that they are in a position to continue their battle for the best result possible.

24MX will be supporting four classes with vouchers that will be won by riders who are not necessarily in the top ten. Yet to be decided, riders who are the most improved or deserve some help will be selected at random. 24MX have nearly £4000 worth of vouchers to give away to the riders who fall into those categories, which will enable them to take advantage of the unbelievable selection on and be prepared for each of the stops on the six-race calendar.

It is an exciting step forward for all involved and one that will help 24MX support the best youth riders that Britain has to offer currently, which is a focus moving forward. The variety of products available on 24MX will prove to be useful for every single person in attendance. Riders can take advantage of the heavily-discounted prices, whilst all of the casual-wear and accessories will ensure spectators have everything that they need to enjoy the intense on-track action.

James Burfield (24MX UK): "Having 24MX UK involved in the British Youth Championship is a perfect fit. 24MX UK want to support the sport and what better place to do that than the premier youth series in Great Britain. There will be countless opportunities for riders to take advantage of having the biggest e-commerce store in Europe involved, so it is an exciting time for all involved."

Gareth Hockey (Director of RHL Activities): "I am pleased to confirm our partnership with 24MX, which is one of the leading online shops for motocross parts, accessories and more. The partnership with 24MX will see the British Youth Championship riders be within the chance of putting up £4,000 worth of vouchers."

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