Stelrad starts sports sponsorship young

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Radiator manufacturer Stelrad has added its support to young motor cyclist Harry Beach from the West Midlands, who rides a 2016 KTM 65SX. He is 10 years old, and during the last winter season won the Wilden Mx 65cc experts championship, which was a massive boost for him coming into the 2017 club and national competition season.

After four rounds of the 10-round Warley Wasps Club Championship, he had a first and two third places to his name.

Two rounds of the 6-round BSMA Bridgestone National Championship saw him in eighth position.

He is looking to compete in the MX Master Kids competition in Veerdun in France later in the year, with over 700 riders from the age of six up to 18.

His father Steve Beach says, ‘It’s not a cheap sport to finance. Harry’s continuing success is due in no small way to the support of all our sponsors, and we’re looking forward to developing a strong ongoing relationship with Stelrad as Harry progresses through the age groups.’

Harry is a growing lad, and it looks as if he will need to move up a class a year early for next season to a small-wheel 85cc class as he is growing out of his current bike.

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