ACU British Motocross Championship up for tender for 2025-2027 seasons!
The ACU has announced today that the ACU British Motocross Championship Licence Agreement for the 2025-2027 season is up for tender. RHL Activities are reaching the end of their three-year agreement at the end of the 2024 season and will be expected to be among the front runners to continue to run the championship, but the ACU is inviting prospective organisers to declare their interest in taking over the running of the historic championship from 2025 through to 2027.
The full announcement from the ACU is below:
Founded in 1951, the ACU British Motocross Championship is a showcase for British Motocross and is regarded as being one of the leading domestic race series in the world. Under the auspices of the ACU as the National Governing Body for UK Motorcycle Sport, the series is a collaboration of the very best motocross organisers, industry backed teams and competitors in the UK.
In 2025, the ACU British Motocross Championship Licence Agreement will be renewed for a period of 3 years (2025, 2026 & 2027) with the option of a 2year extension (2028 & 2029). In advance of which the ACU are commencing a tender process, starting by inviting expressions of interest from prospective organisers who are suitably experienced within the events and motorsport industry. The deadline for expressions of interest will be midday on Monday 8th December 2023. Expressions of interest should be made in writing to Mr Matthew Wear:- email@example.com
For further information or an informal chat, please contact:
– Sonia Goggin (ACU Motocross Secretary)
– Matthew Wear (General Secretary)