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MXVice coverage boost for AMCA championship

MXVice is to continue to support and cover the AMCA (Amateur Motor Cycle Association) championship heading into the 2019 season. MCVice will be providing and creating video content, rider Interviews, and generating a new level of exposure for the British, Youth and Amateur motocross scene.

MXVice creator James Burfield said: “MXVice is really pleased to finally be in a position to work with the AMCA and in particular the AMCA championship that has epitomised everything that is positive about British motocross over the past few years. I’ve watched many riders move into the championship and finally receive the backing they deserve, and that has only happened because of the championship’s value. It really is the most professional ‘amateur’ series currently out there. Not only will we be supporting with social media, videos, interviews and marketing support we will be bringing in 24MX to offer prizes to the youth riders.”

Suzanne Potts, general manager of the AMCA, said: “Our appointment of MXVice as official media partner for the AMCA championship is the next step to increase the profile of what is now regarded as the premier domestic amateur MX championship. We’re really looking forward to seeing the video footage, podcasts and interviews along with the increased social media presence that the AMCA championship now deserves.” 

Steve Harvey, events manager, said: “We have been working with MXVice for most of last season but it’s really positive to cement this relationship for 2019 with a big uplift in media activity planned for the 10 championship rounds. This in turn will have a positive impact across the whole of the AMCA.”

For 2019 the AMCA championship will be run over 10 rounds at venues throughout the UK, including the prestigious Hawkstone Park. In recent years the profile of the championship has been raised considerably with sponsorship from Dunlop and Datatag helping to establish the series.


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