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MotoHead backing for Revo British championship

MotoHead has signed up to become an Official Media Partner of the 2021 Revo ACU British Motocross Championship, run for the first time this year by RHL Activities.

“MotoHead has always been a great supporter of British motocross which has been a key part of our innovative and fast-growing digital media platforms, from our free magazine app to our website, social media and YouTube video channels.

“The Revo British championship is the pinnacle of UK off-road sport and with new promoter RHL bringing in some great new ideas for 2021 and beyond, it feels like it’s a turning point for the series. 

“We are excited and honoured to be involved as media partners as we all work together towards the goal of making the Revo British Motocross championship the greatest showcase for the sport and a modern, pioneering series we can all be proud of,” said Adam Duckworth of MotoHead.

“It’s fantastic to have such a forward-thinking interactive company working with us as a media partner for the Revo ACU Motocross Championship. As we move in a more technological era, we are looking forward to working with the MotoHead team this 2021 season,” said Gareth Hockey, Director of RHL Activities.

The season is poised to kick off at Culham in April and features riders like Tommy Searle, Jake Nicholls, Shaun Simpson, Evgeny Bobryshev, Jake Shipton, Jake Millward, Adam Sterry, Josh Gilbert and more.