The UK’s favourite Motocross, Enduro and Trials shop; Dirtbikebitz have joined the MCF for the launch of their 2020 licences. Having been the supplier of the best brands in the business for over 15 years, both online and bricks and mortar retailing, they were keen to support riders and clubs in more ways.

Co-Founder Dom Harman explains “Dirtbikebitz are super pleased to be involved with the MCF for 2020. Supporting the MCF licence holders with a yearly discount and a money off voucher scheme will help riders fund their passion for our two-wheel, expensive sport! We decided to partner with the MCF as they offer the rider more than just a ticket to ride.”

Dom continues “Support to riders and clubs is key, and the Personal Accident Insurance included with every licence is beyond support, it’s caring about the rider. This is just the beginning of our partnership with the MCF. In 2020 we hope to provide a whole new level in club support like no other. Exciting times are ahead, and we are proud to be involved.”

In 2018 Dirtbikebitz became part of the Internet Fusion Group (IFG), who also own and two leading stores in online action sports and fashion retailing.

Now sitting within the IFG, Dirtbikebitz can offer their customers industry-leading service. The state of the art 200,000 square feet warehouse has the latest technology in distribution, which speeds up the process of getting the customers their orders faster! – The warehouse is a high tech building that meets the highest standards of self-sustainability in the UK. Customers can order as late as 9:00 PM and get their goods the next day. – No other online MX shop can offer that.

MCF General Manager Gareth Chamberlain on the new partnership. “These are exciting times for the MCF as we forge a strong commercial partnership with Dirtbikebitz and embrace technology to bring our members greater value for money and a more efficient service. I truly hope our members take full advantage of this unique offering that is a first within the off-road industry.”

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