Polisport and MXGP Strengthen Partnership

MONACO (Principality of Monaco) 17 January 2019 – Youthstream is proud to announce that Polisport has again stepped up and renewed their partnership with MXGP for the upcoming seasons. Polisport has not only renewed their agreement but has made a 3-year commitment to the championship after several years of success already in the books. Polisport, a master in the production of after-market plastic, parts and accessories, will be an official partner of the FIM Motocross World Championship for the 2019, 2020 and 2021 seasons.

As a partner of the MXGP series Polisport’s bike stand and bike mat are featured in the MXGP podium ceremonies in addition to various advertising boards positioned at the various circuits of the championship giving the brand television coverage, as well as worldwide recognition. Polisport will also continue to have a display area inside the MXGP paddock where fans can interact and gather information about their products.

The company based in Portugal is only a short distance from the Portuguese GP in Agueda founded in 1978 with their first products being replica plastics for motorcycles. This has been the foundation of the business and now Polisport is the leading supplier for the top motorcycle brands in the industry, as well as a partner with the best teams in MXGP.

The inspiration to form a company focused on off-road bikes came from the heart, as the founder and current CEO – Pedro Araújo - was an avid off-road rider. Since its opening Polisport has made a name for itself producing high quality after market plastics for motocross, enduro and supermoto bikes. Their products include full replica plastic kits, headlights, hand guards, body protectors, along with some of the most innovative accessories on the market.

 

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