Dualway invests in Irish Minibike Championship
Dualways, the UK distributor of 10TEN off-road bikes has worked with the Irish Minibike Championship to launch the Dualways/IMC Scholarship with its 10TEN 140R Supermoto machine.
The IMC is an organisation responsible for Minibike competitive events across northern and southern Ireland, with a focus on developing the growth of youth racing. Dualways with its 10TEN range of youth-to-adult supermoto, motocross and pit bikes, not only has a machine suitable for most groups in the series, but is perfectly placed to support the growing Junior BamBam – 10TEN 90R controlled – class.
Henry Maplethorpe of Dualways explained; “The IMC is building a championship that is geared towards development of the youth. We are excited by the success of The BamBam Class and look forward to seeing it go from strength to strength in 2020. We are delighted to make provision for the continuation of youth development through the donation of a 10TEN 140R machine.”
Mark Boyd, the IMC’s chairman added; “Junior members of nine-years and over, will avail use of the machine, free of charge, in preparation for and gauging readiness for the next step in their progression. Those who feel ready to move to the senior section of the youth classes – The Junior Elite – will be invited to apply for the Dualways/IMC Scholarship 2021. The Scholarship will include the use of the 10TEN 140R Machine for the 2021 season together with all entry fees for IMC Events. We would like to thank Dualways for their continuous support.”
The first round of the 2020 Irish Minibike Championship, in partnership with Road Racing Ireland, gets underway on the 18th of July at Nutts Corner Circuit, Crumlin, Northern Ireland.
For IMC information, visit www.irishminibikechampionship.co.uk
Words: Jenni Foulkes