Monday March 18, 2019 at 1:36pm
RHL Activities is pleased to announce that MX Vice is supporting the British Youth Championship in 2019 and beyond and will be present at the first round, Culham, later this month. It is the first step towards MX Vice supporting the next generation of riders in the UK, which is a priority moving forward.
The British Youth Championship is the elite championship in the UK, where the best of the best not only race but have the opportunity to establish a base to build a professional career off of. The British Youth Championship is really a must for any riders who are looking to enter the Maxxis British Championship or MXGP in the future, because of the intense on-track action and having the opportunity to fight for a position on Team Great Britain at the Junior World Championship.
From a media perspective, MX Vice be supporting the British Youth Championship with presenters offering live interviews from the day. There will also be videos and photography from each round, along with social-media and marketing support for the RHL team. MX Vice will be on hand to offer media training to any rider in the championship along with social-media help, which will be enhanced by the fact that interviews from the weekend will be going directly onto the MX Vice website.
There will be a special media opportunity at rounds four and five: MX Vice will be offering something unique for everyone involved including sponsors, parents and riders. More information will be released just before the first round. There are further opportunities, additionally, that will be available for the British Youth Championship riders, including a social-media workshop in a relaxed setting at a certain round. Stay tuned!
James Burfield (MX ViceFounder): “After spending the last three years in MXGP, I want to help the next generation of Grand Prix riders from Great Britain, who are currently in the British Youth Championship, grow. After recently meeting Gareth and his team, I could tell right away that this is the perfect series for MX Vice to support and offer exposure to.”
Gareth Hockey (Director of RHL Activities): “I am pleased to confirm our partnership with MX Vice, which is one of the leading media outlets across the World. The partnership with MX Vice will see the British Youth Championship taken to the next level with regards to our social media, photography and filming for 2019 and beyond. The partnership between RHL and MX Vice will see more support for riders in regards to their media activities and give them the exposure they need to assist with their career as they look to move through the British Youth Championship into European and World Championship racing.”