Team GB Junior World Championship squad secure transport partnership
Invaluable support is growing for the Team GB Junior Worlds and Coupe de L’Avenir events as Northamptonshire-based Paul Grimshaw Vehicle Movements (PGVM) throws its considerable transportation service into the ring.
This significant gesture came about during the recently held youth ride day at Fatcat Moto Parc, when Team Manager Dave Willet put on a fun event for young riders and their parents to get together.
“Not only did we have a successful day on and around the track, but to secure a new partnership of this magnitude makes us all very proud of what we’re trying to achieve,” explained Willet.
PGVM is a family-run business that has been providing a dependable, knowledgeable and reputable service in the automotive industry for over 25 years. Paul Grimshaw and his team have committed to supplying a full transportation service for all machines, kit, paddock gear, etc., to both the Team GB World championships and the Team GB Coupe de L’Avenir events. This means that the young team members simply need to turn up at the circuit and concentrate on the job of riding the very best they can for their country. Not only that, but PGVM will also provide the paddock set-up to ensure Team GB has an efficient and high-profile presence in the international youth motocross arena.
A delighted Dave Willet said; “This is a brilliant cooperation for our youth Team GB teams. Paul is passionate about his work and always strives to go above and beyond to make sure his customers receive the highest quality service, understanding how important it is to have trust and reliability when it comes to moving vehicles. This is why we’re especially happy, because that extra care will make sure that each and every transporting job will be done right as we move forward and mix in the international field of motocross.
“We know that PGVM shares our enthusiasm and dedication to getting the team ready for competition. The commitment to supporting the team through these international events is essential for setting the athletes up for a fun and successful weekend from the get-go.”
Paul Grimshaw added: “Team GB juniors competing in the World Championships and Coupe competitions rely on a quality service to get their vehicles transported safely and securely. We also understand the logistics and planning that is necessary for international vehicle movements, as well as for cross-border transport. This is why we are committed to providing reliable, efficient and punctual solutions for our customers and we are thrilled to be in a position to reach out and offer this support to Dave, his Team GB riders and their families.”
The 2023 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship will be held on the 8th of July in Romania, at a track 50km north of the capital city of Bucharest.
The 2023 Coupe de L’Avenir will take place over the weekend of the 23rd and 24th September at Baisieux in Belgium.
Words: Press Release