Oxford Products & Bradley Smith continue their global adventure
Posted on Dec 09, 2014 by George Penny
Oxford Products and MotoGP™ star Bradley Smith continue a special ten year relationship after signing a new sponsorship deal for 2015.The Oxfordshire based partners have become massive global players in their respective fields since their relationship began a decade ago.
Witney based Oxford Products are UK market leaders in motorcycle security and touring products and export to over 50 countries worldwide. Their experience in producing products which can withstand the rigours of motorcycling has also enabled them to develop a range of class leading security and touring products for cyclists.
They first became involved with Smith when he started motorcycle road racing ten years ago. They have been sponsoring him every year since, helping him to become one of the top MotoGP riders in the world, a fact that was so clearly illustrated when he finished third in the Australian Grand Prix this year.
Andrew Hammond - Oxford Products Managing Director:
“Oxford Products is extremely proud to continue supporting Bradley in 2015, marking a decade since we first got involved with him. It’s been a tremendous decade for both Oxford and Bradley, with Oxford growing substantially over this time and Bradley turning into the UK’s leading MotoGP star. Bradley’s profile globally is something we’ve had excellent feedback from our distribution partners about and we were keen to continue this relationship.”
Twenty four year old Smith finished the leading British rider in this year’s 18 round MotoGP World Championship riding the Monster Tech 3 Yamaha and continues with the team next year. His career has developed in parallel with the success of Oxford Products and he’s delighted that special relationship continues right across the globe once again next season.
“Oxford Products were right there when I really needed them at the start of my career and they have been with me on every step of the adventure. We have grown together across the world and it’s great that two Oxfordshire names are so well known. I’m delighted the special relationship will continue and now it’s up to me to bring them some good results next year.”