Bott, the leading manufacturer of storage solutions, has raced to show its support for one of Britain’s leading off-road motorcycle racing teams, HM Plant Red Bull KTM UK, through a sponsorship package.
HM Plant Red Bull KTM UK depends on a number of valued partners and sponsors to support its continual success. Bott rode to the storage solution challenge, providing workbenches and cupboards as well as stools for the team’s workshop in Holland. To keep parts and tools in order, bott also supplied divider kits and accessories for the workbenches.
Bott’s durable, high quality solutions provide the optimum storage to keep the team’s workshop tidy, with tools stored safely away while still being accessible, and bike parts kept in order.
Clive Woodward, Group Managing Director of bott said: "This is the second year we have supported the KTM UK Moto-X team as part of our corporate sponsorship package to help young people fulfill their aspirational goals. We’re really impressed by the emphasis on teamwork at KTM, with everyone closely working together to achieve success, something which we can relate to at bott as we also strive to be the best in our field."
This year’s British Motocross Championships includes eight rounds in which HM Plant Red Bull KTM’s three riders will be competing. Jake Nicholls and Graeme Irwin will continue to ride the 250 SX-F bikes along with Natalie Kane who is a new addition to the 2010 line up. She will compete on the 250 SX-F in the British Ladies MX Championship and World Championship.
One of the biggest dates in the sport’s calendar this year in the UK will be the British Championship finale at Hawkstone, Shropshire on 3rd October 2010.