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RHL retains British championship for three years

RHL Activities are pleased to announce the contract extension has been agreed with the Auto Cycle Union to hold the rights of the ACU British Motocross Championship.

RHL are currently in the process of getting everything in place to open registrations for the 2022 season of the FIM sanctioned Motocross Championship in the UK.

Steve McCauley, ACU Motocross Committee Chairman

“The ACU Motocross Committee are delighted to have reached an agreement with RHL Activities which will see the British Solo Motocross Championship promoted by RHL for a further three year period. We all knew 2021 would be a learning curve with a completely new format. There is no doubt the joint youth and adult rounds which the industry has craved for years have been very successful. Working closely alongside the RHL team we will continue to evolve and improve to bring a bigger and better Championship.”

Gareth Hockey, Director of RHL Activities

“We are ecstatic to have been given the rights to the Championship for three years. 2021 was a learning year for RHL and we have learnt a lot with things that have worked, haven’t really worked and also things we need to improve on. Hopefully everyone will see the changes we make for the 2022 season as we continue to grow the Championship into the best in Europe with the support from the Auto Cycle Union.”