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This article was published on February 17th, 2020
We are delighted to announce that our relationship with British superbike racer and local motorcyclist, Christian Iddon will be continuing for the 2020 season.
Over the past twelve months, we have developed a strong relationship with Christian and we look forward to another exciting season.
Christian has been an avid supporter of our activities and efforts to support the wider motorcycling community and we are delighted that we can help Christian achieve his ambitions this year.
He said: “I am delighted to once again have the support of Thorneycroft Solicitors. A local company to myself who have the rights of bikers at their core. I have also been able to utilise a range of their other services and had a fantastic experience in doing so.”
The renewal of the Christian Iddon sponsorship shows our continued support for those who ride motorcycles and is in addition to numerous sponsorship and partnership agreements the firm has reached in recent months, including the dedicated legal line which we now offer BMF affiliated riders, as well as the support we have received from numerous motorcycle clubs and organisations within the local area.
We look forward to seeing wait the season holds for Christian as he embarks on his new journey, riding for PBM Ducati.
You can learn more about our Christian Iddon sponsorship and more about Christian himself by clicking here.
If you have a question about any of our motorcycle accident services please contact our team today by calling 0800 1979 345 or complete our online enquiry form.
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