The 2014 British Youth Nationals (BYN) is shaping up for what is set to be the biggest and best Official British Youth Championship of the year. Venues and dates have already been 100% confirmed with five exciting rounds to look forward to in 2014.
This week the team head to the International Dirt Bike Show at Stoneleigh Park where riders can register to race in next seasons ONLY official ACU British Youth Championship at our newly designed BYN stand, all of our 2013 British champions will also receive their championship trophies on Sunday on the main stage. We also have goodies to giveaway so please pop by and show your support.
Brian Higgins the ACU Motocross Chairman commented, “The ACU are pleased that Gareth is taking massive steps to raise the profile of the BYN championship and I am sure that 2014 will be a good year. Whilst the ACU does have other “British Championships” the British Youth Nationals will be the only Youth series which will produce British Champions and consequently this will be the primary selection mechanism for riders who wish to enter European Championship and Junior World Championship through the ACU.”
Confirmed Venues and Dates for 2014
12th/13th April – Fat Cats Motoparc
10th/11th May – Milton Malsor MX Park
14th/15th June – Culham MX Park
12th/13th July – Brookthorpe
30th/31st August – Leuchars
The show will also see Gareth Hockey confirm our series sponsors for 2014, with the continued growth in the series year on year the future looks bright for the up and coming talent of British Youth Motocross, you only need to look at some of the past winners of the British Youth Championship including Tommy Searle and how it helped him in his road to becoming a world class rider.
“2014 is shaping up to be a great year for us,” said RHL Activities Gareth Hockey. “We have already confirmed all our dates, booked fantastic motocross tracks and all classes are starting to fill up. We will be going into our third year of the championship and the pace is shifting to the next level, when we finished at Milton this year, it felt like everyone was talking about the BYN for all the right reasons again, and it goes to show we are on the right path.
We are here to listen which helps with positivity and moving the championship forward, never be afraid to share your views, ideas or comments with my team or myself because the more ideas and options we have the greater the opportunity to achieve our goals, aspirations and dreams of where we want the series to go. So I would just like to thank you if you supported the series in 2012 and 2013 or if you are new to the series for 2014 we welcome you with open arms, its going to be a great year for everyone – see you all at the Dirt Bike Show.”